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Iowa lawyer who failed to timely serve discovery requests and then covered up by creating false certificates of service is suspended for 6 months

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Iowa Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer for 6 months for engaging in misconduct by covering up his failure to timely serve discovery requests by creating false certificates of service to make it appear that they were timely served. The disciplinary opinion Read More

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Georgia lawyer who falsely witnessed a quitclaim deed and provided false responses to disciplinary complaint disbarred by the Georgia Supreme Court

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Georgia Supreme Court opinion which disbarred a lawyer who, inter alia, provided a false response to a disciplinary complaint.  The opinion is In the Matter of Donald O. Nelson, Ga. Supreme Court Case No. S13Y1024 (September 9, 2013).  The opinion is attached Read More

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NY lawyer suspended for 1 year for creating a false posting and impersonating a woman on an internet dating website

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent New York Appellate Court opinion suspending a lawyer for one your for creating a false posting and impersonating a woman on an internet dating website.  The case is In the Matter of James E. O’Hare, 2013 NY Slip Opinion 05320 (NY 2nd Read More

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Florida Supreme Court increases referee’s recommended discipline for multiple Bar Rule violations from 91 day suspension to disbarment

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent opinion of the Supreme Court of Florida increasing the referee’s recommended discipline from a 91 day suspension to disbarment.  The opinion is The Florida Bar v. Swann, SC11-836 (June 20, 2013).  The opinion is attached and is also here: https://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2013/sc11-836.pdf.  According to the Read More

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Florida Supreme Court increases referee’s recommended discipline for multiple Bar Rule violations from 91 day suspension to disbarment

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent opinion of the Supreme Court of Florida increasing the referee’s recommended discipline from a 91 day suspension to disbarment.  The opinion is The Florida Bar v. Swann, SC11-836 (June 20, 2013).  The opinion is attached and is also here: https://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2013/sc11-836.pdf.  According to the Read More

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