“I’m not a technology person.” “I have someone in my firm that handles that technology stuff.” “I remember the times when pencils were technology.” “I just learned how to fax!” Sound familiar? Lots of lawyers are either ignorant to technology ...Read More »
The state’s top court has disbarred a Towson attorney with a “rather lengthy history” of misconduct who faced complaints from four clients she represented in divorce matters. Melissa D. Gray charged these clients unreasonable fees, ignored phone calls and emails ...Read More »
Maryland’s top court has disbarred a Towson attorney who secretly altered her child-custody agreement before handing it to her soon-to-be ex-husband to sign, lied to the court and opposing counsel in her divorce case, lied on a loan modification application and failed to file income tax returns for four years.
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A Columbia lawyer who faced attorney grievance complaints from six different clients was disbarred because failed to use a trust account for unearned legal fees, did not refund those unearned fees after representation agreements ended and was unresponsive to his ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals has disbarred a Montgomery County attorney who underpaid his federal income taxes by $2.5 million over the course of 15 years. Although a sharply divided court ruled in 2012 to indefinitely suspend Gerald Isadore Katz for ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals has disbarred a Prince George’s County personal injury attorney whose legal assistant allegedly misappropriated $600,000 from an attorney trust account in less than four years due to the lawyer’s lack of supervision. When it became clear ...Read More »