Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Hold the Pepperoni

An attorney was suspended for a four year period by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Some of the misconduct findings involved unauthorized practice while suspended for non-compliance with continuing legal education obligations. The Disciplinary Board had found 339 discrete acts of unauthorized practice.  The remaining problems related to his operation of the Italia Restaurante and Pizza Company in Philadelphia. He was convicted of failure to pay income taxes and related violations and had failed to report the convictions to bar authorities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His expressions of remorse in the bar proceedings were deemed "insubstantial and unconvincing." (Mike Frisch)


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