Thursday, August 25, 2011

Yellowbook Ad Draws Reprimand

The Indiana Supreme Court has imposed a public reprimand of two attorneys for the following stipulated ethical violation:

In a 2010-2011 "Yellowbook," Respondents published an advertisement promoting themselves as "Specializing in Bankruptcy Relief." Neither Respondent has been certified as a specialist by an Independent Certifying Organization accredited by the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education.

The parties cite no facts in aggravation. The parties cite the following facts in mitigation: (1) Respondents have no disciplinary history; (2) Respondents were cooperative with the Commission; and (3) Respondents are remorseful.

(Mike Frisch)

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