Post: Poll for the Non-Attorneys: Disciplined Attorney
Posted by Some Guy on 9/30/06
So you are client and you are looking for an attorney, and
you come across one that seems basically decent and right
as you are about to hire you find out: The Attorney was
disciplined for misconduct and was suspended for 90 Days.
The suspension is over now. The suspension was for failure
to return phone calls & return files or client abandonment.
What would you do? Does it matter how you find out? For
example, if the Attorney voluntarily discloses to you
before you sign the contract and gives you the money.
Would you look at the number complaints... 1 versus 3
versus 6 versus...some even higher number? Is this a deal
"In the past I was disciplined for misconduct and was
suspended for 90 days. I'm currently
Posts on this thread, including this one
- Poll for the Non-Attorneys: Disciplined Attorney, 9/30/06, by Some Guy.
- Re: Poll for the Non-Attorneys: Disciplined Attorney, 10/02/06, by Carol.