Friday, April 2, 2010

Stupid lawyer tricks, part n

From the Attorney e-Newsletter of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania's Disciplinary Board's March 2010 issue:

Also, 12 attorneys paid their annual fees with checks marked as drawn on a trust or escrow account, prompting an immediate inquiry from Disciplinary Counsel.[2] Eighty-seven paid with checks drawn on insufficient funds; four of which were still outstanding at press time. Not smart.

And footnote 2 itself is classic:  "[2] The ethical equivalent of a 'Please kick me' sign."

Couldn't make this stuff up if we tried.  Hat tip to my buddy Scott Unger for this one.

(Posted by Nancy Rapoport.)

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True credit for the quality and readability of the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board's e-newsletter goes to its editor, Ed Frownfelter, whose tireless efforts keep it timely and interesting!

Posted by: Paul Burgoyne | Apr 5, 2010 7:37:37 AM

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