Category Archives: Lawyer prepring false documents

New Jersey lawyer reprimanded for falsifying letter and submitting it to disciplinary committee investigating his conduct

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent New Jersey Supreme Court Order approving a stipulation and reprimanding a lawyer for falsifying a letter and submitting it to a disciplinary committee during its investigation of … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania lawyer agrees to disbarment for forging judge’s name on court order and misspelling it

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court disciplinary Order disbarring a lawyer on consent for forging a judge’s name on an Order and misspelling it. The disciplinary case isIn the Matter … Continue reading

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Illinois Disciplinary Board recommends one year suspension for partner who falsified and submitted $69,800.00 in client expense reimbursement claims

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Illinois Disciplinary Board Report which recommended a one year suspension for a law firm partner who falsified and submitted $69,800.00 in client expense reimbursement claims. The case … Continue reading

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Ohio lawyer suspended indefinitely after conviction for filing false documents with IRS and falsifying e-mail in malpractice action

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Ohio Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer indefinitely after her conviction for filing false documents with the Internal Revenue Service and falsifying an e-mail in a malpractice … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Supreme Court imposes one year suspension on lawyer for greatly inflating his billable hours to qualify for almost $50,000.00 in law firm bonuses

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss recent Wisconsin Supreme Court opinion imposing a one year suspension a lawyer who inflated his billable hours to qualify for bonuses from his law firm.  The case is: … Continue reading

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