Friday, September 14, 2012

The Value Of Web Pages

The Ohio Supreme Court has imposed a two-year suspension, with the second year stayed on conditions, in a matter where the attorney had engaged in unauthorized practice in two matters after his administrative suspension from practice.

In both matters, the misconduct as discovered by a review of the court's web page.

The attorney was initially non-cooperative with the bar but eventually admitted that the misconduct was a product of his lack of diligence. The court also noted his "unexcused tardiness" at the panel hearing in the disciplinary case. (Mike Frisch)

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Yeah, the web plays an important part in more and more of what we do. As a San Diego Lawyer, I know that it's important to not delete my email just in case something does happen.

Posted by: Alan Edmunds | Sep 14, 2012 8:07:58 AM

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