Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Tenth Time Is A Revocation

The Michigan Attorney Discipline Board rejected a proposed 120 day suspension consecutive to a three-year suspension presently being served by a disciplined attorney. The case involved mishandling a matter and providing false information to the client. The attorney also failed to participate in the disciplinary process. The board concluded that revocation was the correct sanction, noting that the attorney had an "abysmal" record of prior discipline that included nine earlier sanction orders. (Mike Frisch)

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