Thursday, April 4, 2013

Fifth Time No Charm

An attorney's fifth disciplinary proceeding in the past ten years has resulted in a three-year suspension by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

The attorney had been informally admonished twice, privately reprimanded, reprimanded and finally suspended for three months stayed. He then engaged in additional instances of neglect as well as failure to communicate and return unearned fees. He also continued to practice after his administrative suspension for failure to fulfill CLE obligations.

Two justices would impose a five-year suspension. (Mike Frisch)

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