Wednesday, January 6, 2010
The New York Appellate Division for the Fourth Judicial Department imposed a 30 day jail sentence for contempt of an order of suspension. The attorney had been personally served with the suspension order. He nonetheless maintained a law office, met with clients, corresponded with opposing counsel, conducted a deposition, solicited new business, possessed trust funds and failed to advise his secretary, clients and opposing counsel of his status.
This link should take you to the court's web page. The case is Matter of Marmor, decided December 30. (Mike Frisch)