Monday, October 31, 2011

Filet Maignan

An attorney who was indefinitely suspended in 2005 continued to engage in practice notwithstanding his status.

The Maryland Court of Appeals found that the continuing practice warranted the ultimate sanction:

When a member of the legal profession consistently violates the Rules of Professional Conduct and continues to disregard repeated admonitions in derogation of the trust and confidence of the public, disbarment is the only remedy.

The attorney's name is Peter Maignan. (Mike Frisch) 

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