Monday, April 21, 2008

Second Bar Case Results In Disbarment

An attorney who had recently been indefinitely suspended was disbarred by the Maryland Court of Appeals. The misconduct in both matters was similar-- failing to escrow and spending an unearned fee for personal purposes and failing to respond to the bar complaint. The attorney also violated a number of ethical rules in the handling of divorce matters. One matter involved a petition to modify a custody order and for ex parte relief. The lawyer claimed that a hearing on the motions had been set when it had not. (Mike Frisch)

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