Saturday, August 2, 2008

The Trips Not Taken

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court accepted the resignation  and ordered the disbarment on consent of an attorney who was a shareholder of a Philadelphia law firm. The attorney was the subject of a petition for discipline (appended to the court's order) that alleged he had received reimbursement from the firm for "at least" 69 airplane trips that he had not taken. The scheme involved the cooperation of a travel agency. The resignation constitutes an acknowledgment of the charges in the petition. (Mike Frisch)

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