Category Archives: Lawyer prepring false documents

New York lawyer resigns after admitting that she forged judges’ signatures on multiple witness subpoenas

Hello everyone and happy St. Nicholas Day!  Welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss recent resignation of a New York lawyer after she was charged with forging judge’s signatures on multiple witness subpoenas.  The case is Matter of … Continue reading

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Louisiana discipline board recommends denial of readmission of lawyer disbarred in Louisiana and later admitted in Georgia using false name and failing to disclose La. admission, disbarment, and felony conviction

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Louisiana Disciplinary Board recommendation that a lawyer who was previously disbarred in Louisiana but was admitted to practice in Georgia after using a false name and … Continue reading

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