Friday, January 9, 2009

Reinstatement Granted

An attorney who had been disbarred on consent in Pennsylvania after practicing for about ten years was reinstated almost twenty years. The Supreme Court accepted the recommendation of its Disciplinary Board favoring reinstatement, concluding that the misconduct (in two matters, one of which involve joining a client in a scheme to defraud) was not so serious as to create a permanent bar to the return to practice. The case provides a road map of the type of evidence that can lead back to the law. (Mike Frisch)

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