Monday, June 11, 2012

The Clients Were Named Feeback

The Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board disagreed with its hearing committee's favorable reinstatement recommendation. The board recommends that the petition be denied.

The attorney was disbarred as a result of a public bribery conviction. He representated a couple who owned a used car dealership. The crime involved his dealings with a former employee of the clients, who had the unusual name of Feeback.

The former empoyee had written a letter claiming criminal conduct by the clients.

The board here found that the petitioner had practiced law after his disbarment. (Mike Frisch)

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