Maryland’s top court has unanimously disbarred a Silver Spring immigration lawyer who lied to immigration judges, clients and their families, collected unearned fees, failed to provide case files to his former clients’ new attorneys and did not cooperate with bar ...Read More »
A unanimous Maryland top court has disbarred a probate attorney who raided a client’s nearly $850,000 estate for personal use, including to pay his daughters’ private school tuition, his credit card bills and his legal malpractice insurance premiums. Nicholas G. ...Read More »
Maryland’s top court has cited a baseball legend in suspending for at least one year a National Harbor attorney who failed to keep settlement funds in a trust account, lied to clients about not receiving their settlement checks and told ...Read More »
Saying perjury cannot go unsanctioned, Maryland’s top court has suspended for at least six months a Baltimore lawyer who falsely declared having witnessed a longtime client’s signing of his will when in fact the declaration, in writing, was made after ...
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The Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission has charged with misconduct a Bethesda attorney who allegedly tried to cheat the law firm he co-founded out of nearly $15,000 by padding his expense reports. Keith M. Bonner sought compensation from the firm, Bonner ...Read More »
A Virginia attorney who filed a federal defamation lawsuit against the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission voluntarily dismissed it last week after the judge in her discipline matter found she committed misconduct.Read More »
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 »