Friday, January 30, 2009

Whereabouts Unknown

An attorney who had accepted advanced fees from four clients seeking bankruptcy protection, misled the clients into believing that their case had been filed and defaulted on the ensuing bar charges was indefinitely suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court. When he eventually filed the cases, the petitions were incomplete and inaccurate. He then failed to appear for scheduled hearings in the matters.

According to the court's web page, there is no current contact information for the suspended lawyer. (Mike Frisch)

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