Friday, August 20, 2010
A bar discipline case summary from North Carolina sets out an unusual limitation on the attorney's practice:
[An attorney] of Fayetteville attempted to have sex with clients and made inappropriate sexual comments to clients. The DHC suspended him for three years. The suspension is stayed for three years upon compliance with numerous conditions, including that [he] cannot represent female clients and cannot be alone with females in connection with his law practice unless his practice monitor is present.