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Florida lawyer is disbarred for “egregious misconduct” and a pattern of disruptive and “obnoxious” behavior

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent disbarment of a lawyer in south Florida attorney for, inter alia, engaging in “escalating misconduct,” including loudly kicking a table and muttering “lie, lie, lie” during court … Continue reading

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North Carolina Bar complaint alleges, inter alia, that lawyer made disparaging statements about judges in court documents

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent disciplinary complaint against a North Carolina lawyer who is alleged to have made disparaging comments about lawyers and judges in court pleadings including, inter alia, accusing judges … Continue reading

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Florida Supreme Court permanently disbars lawyer for “defiant and contemptuous conduct”, and practicing while suspended

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the October 8, 2015 Florida Supreme Court opinion which permanently disbarred a lawyer for contempt of his previous 2 year suspension order, threats to Bar counsel, and “unrepentant attitude”. The … Continue reading

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Washington lawyer suspended for 1 year for courtroom behavior, including making a loud noise like an animal being killed

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent disciplinary opinion suspending a Washington lawyer for one (1) year for, inter alia, making loud noise sounding like an animal being killed and falsely claiming that a … Continue reading

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Illinois Disciplinary Board upholds lawyer’s 6 month suspension for, inter alia, keeping fees and “indefensibly outrageous” statements

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Illinois Disciplinary Review Board report which recommended a 6 month suspension (with no automatic reinstatement) of a lawyer who failed to perform legal services for which he … Continue reading

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Kentucky Supreme Court opinion finds that lawyer did not disobey obligation to tribunal by ignoring judge’s warnings about his behavior

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Kentucky Supreme Court disciplinary opinion which held that a lawyer’s repeated disruptive behavior and refusal to abide by a judge’s “repeated warnings” to tone down his … Continue reading

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