Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Holding Out In Montana

The Tennessee Supreme Court suspended an attorney for six months, with credit for 21 days from the termination of his disability inactive status.

At a time when he had no active license, the attorney practiced law in Montana "by signing settlement documents, by using letterhead stating that he was an attorney with addresses in Montana, and by using a bank account in the name of his solo practice."

Complaints were filed by authorities in Washington State and Montana. The attorney is not licensed in either of those jurisdictions. (Mike Frisch)

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