Monday, January 4, 2010

Failure To Inform

The web page of the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility reports that a Memphis lawyer was suspended for one year with the final six months suspended and six months of probation.

The attorney had entered a conditional guilty plea to disciplinary charges that he had engaged in a conflict of interest "by failing to inform his client that he had an affair with the client's wife prior to representing him in a divorce proceeding against the wife." (Mike Frisch)

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