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Md. high court disbars unlicensed attorney

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A unanimous Maryland top court Wednesday disbarred a District of Columbia attorney who practiced law in Maryland without a state license, lied to a client about the status of his personal injury claim and failed to properly keep settlement funds ...

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Prominent lawyer fights claims he violated ethics rules in seeking $25M fee

03.12.09 TOWSON, MD.  Attorney Stephen L. Snyder speaks to the media after the winning verdict is given in his case against Exxon. Photo by Rich Dennison/The Daily Record

Did a well-known malpractice lawyer commit a potentially disbarrable offense in seeking – perhaps with the threat of a damaging public disclosure – a $25 million consulting gig with the University of Maryland Medical System while representing a woman whose ...

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Court disbars Md. defense lawyer who compelled guilty plea

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A unanimous Maryland high court has disbarred a young attorney who essentially compelled his immigrant client to plead guilty to a drug trafficking offense without investigating her credible defense of duress, considering the immigration consequences of her plea or filing ...

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Attorney disbarred for misappropriating funds, not attending hearing

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Attorney Samuel Edward Hensley was disbarred Friday by the Maryland Court of Appeals, which found that he had misappropriated funds owed to a client’s medical providers, and that he failed to communicate or provide services to another client by not ...

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Lawyer disbarred for dishonest transactions with former client

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Montgomery County lawyer Jonathan C. Dailey was disbarred Wednesday by the Maryland Court of Appeals, which found that Dailey solicited $27,000 from a former client for his own use after telling the client that the money would be an investment ...

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