Tuesday, November 13, 2007

In And Out

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted reinstatement of an attorney who had been disbarred on consent in 1997 as a result of a conviction for wire and mail fraud. In an unrelated matter, the court denied reinstatement of an attorney suspended in 2004. The petitioner failed to establish present good moral character in that he had made false material statements in the reinstatement process. One does not ever get favorable action on a reinstatement petition without demonstrating candor in the process. (Mike Frisch)


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