The disciplinary woes of a Pikesville family of attorneys grew this week as Maryland’s top court made it less likely that one brother will ever get his law license back, due to misrepresentations to bar counsel, and suspended another for 90 days for failing to safeguard client funds.Read More »
Maryland’s top court has disbarred a Columbia solo practitioner who repeatedly harmed the same client by failing the “basic” duty of serving notice on the two motorists who allegedly struck her vehicle in separate incidents – and then not telling her, even after both claims had been dismissed.Read More »
An estates attorney who apparently let his anger trump his ethical obligations received a reprimand Friday from Maryland’s top court. To the Court of Appeals, Benjamin J. Woolery’s lapse was not so much selling a tractor and backhoe for nearly ...Read More »
HARTFORD, Conn. — A Maryland man convicted for his role in a foreclosure fraud scheme in Connecticut has been suspended from practicing law in the state for six years. The Day reports a judge ordered the suspension on 51-year-old Bradford Barneys’ license ...
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A federal appellate panel affirmed last week an 11-year sentence for a suspended-then-disbarred attorney in who defrauded a Silver Spring client over the course of several years and misappropriated hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets. Saundra Lucille White, who ...Read More »
A sharply divided Maryland Court of Appeals has dismissed Attorney Grievance Commission claims that a lawyer violated ethics rules by handing his business card to a woman filling out a protective order against her estranged husband and then trying to begin a romantic relationship with her.Read More »