Monday, November 4, 2013

Suspension For Sex With Client

The Georgia Supreme Court has accepted a proposed suspension of eighteen months of an attorney who engaged in a consenual sexual relationship with a divorce client and assisted the client in false discovery responses that concealed the relationship.

The attorney was admitted in 2009 and was practicing as a solo.

The court considered the attorney's inexperience, lack of prior discipline, full cooperation and his belief that the relationship was not subject to discovery. (Mike Frisch)

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