Friday, December 27, 2013

Plumbing The Depths Of Misconduct

An attorney who was sued over a bill for plumbing services failed to advise opposing counsel of his change of address.

He nonetheless contended in the litigation that opposing counsel had failed to provide proper notice and had falsified certificates of service.

He conditionally admitted ethical misconduct and has been publicly reprimanded by the Nebraska Supreme Court. (Mike Frisch)

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