This means the attorney did something wrong, but the Bar did not suspend the lawyer. Typically in this case the lawyer's poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
Lisa’s comment: “It is important that I let prospective clients know that this discipline did not originate with a client complaint. The North Carolina State Bar independently examined the structure and practices of a bankruptcy firm with which I, and a number of my bankruptcy colleagues, was associated, after I resigned from that firm. The Bar determined that the North Carolina bankruptcy practice of UpRight Law was outside of their guidelines, and issued discipline to all of us.”
|Hofstra University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
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