Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Mass Suspension In Ohio

The Ohio Supreme Court suspended 345 attorneys for failing to comply with the court's registration and fee requirements. The notice from the court's web page states:

"The vast majority of practicing attorneys in Ohio, more than 99 percent, met their registration requirements for this biennium. The number of attorneys suspended for not meeting the requirements is less than last biennium when more than 13,800 attorneys failed to meet the registration deadline and had their law licenses suspended. Currently there are 55,777 registered attorneys in Ohio, of which 41,674 are active, 11,164 are inactive, 261 are corporate, and another 2,678 are retired. Only attorneys who have active or corporate status are required to register for the biennium." (Mike Frisch)

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