Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Maryland Court of Appeals has disbarred on consent an attorney arrested in a Florida online predator sting operation.
The Washington Post reported on attorney's arrest in March 2011 and described his background:
Lieberman is listed as a principal at the District law firm McCarthy, Sweeney & Hathaway. According to his profile on the company Web site, he has worked at the firm since 1999 and his specialty is government contract litigation. He worked previously as a deputy inspector general for the Department of Defense and for the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee.
As an adjunct professor at the George Washington University Law School, he taught courses on advocacy. A university spokeswoman confirmed that Lieberman previously served as a part-time instructor. "He was last employed by GW in fall 2010."
NewsChief.com reported on his August 2011 sentencing. (Mike Frisch)