|Colorado - CO||26 years|
|Pennsylvania - PA||26 years|
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2008. See details
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2008.
Reciprocal - Suspension issued in PA, 2008
updated on 11/15/2014
This means that the attorney's misconduct in another state, or jurisdiction, also violated the rules for practicing law in Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey's comment: “This is based on nothing more than the Colorado matter. In October of 2003, I accepted shares of ownership in a new business formed with a former client and my firm unfortunately failed to obtain a written informed consent from a former client under R.P.C. 1.8. This oversight was not brought to my attention until 2007. In hindsight, I wish the technical violation had never occurred, but it did and I stand by my decision to accept my share of the blame. I am happy to discuss it at any time”
Suspension issued in CO, 2007
updated on 03/28/2017
Suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.
Jeffrey's comment: “In October of 2003, I accepted shares of ownership in a new business formed with a former client and my firm unfortunately failed to obtain a written sign-off of the former client's informed consent under R.P.C. 1.8. This oversight was not discovered nor noticed nor brought to my attention until 2007. I never denied that this occurred and I accepted responsibility. Since this matter concluded, I have been fully investigated, accepted, and admitted as a member of the Bar of England and Wales.”