Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Two Names, Two Disbarments

The Minnesota Supreme Court has imposed reciprocal disbarment of an attorney disbarred in Arizona in March 2009.

The attorney was disbarred in Arizona for numerous ethical violations that included misappropriation. The disbarment was imposed under her married name.

She then moved to Minnesota, where she also was admitted. She failed to inform disciplinary counsel of her disbarment. Rather, she began to practice under her maiden name. The Arizona Bar notified Minnesota of the discipline. (Mike Frisch)

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