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|University of Virginia School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|University of Virginia||Philosophy||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
Posted by Abdul
Attorney Gwen Freeman a White-Female was appointed by the State Bar of California in an Attorney-Client-Fee Dispute. At the hearing Ms. Freeman failed to take the attorney under oath as an attorney. However, she took the Client a Pakistani-Male under oath. This speaks for her unfair treatment towards Client, a Pakistani-Male. In her statement of award Ms. Freeman made numerous statements that were not supported by the facts including but not limited to that the attorney's contract included fee agreement pertaining to the depositions costs. However, the attorney himself admitted in writing and via email to client that his contract did not include his services for depositions. Nevertheless Ms. Freeaman failed to award the unearned fees by the attorney to Client. This speaks for negligent determination of facts as well as injustice by Ms. Freeman, a White-Female to Client, a Pakistani-Male. In her statement of award Ms. Freeman asserted that the Client should not expect the lawyers to denote their time to Client. However, the evidence exists and clearly demonstrates that attorneys charges were in violation of California Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 4-200(b)(11). The attorney's violation of this rule is clearly demonstrated by his own email in writing that was received and reviewed by Ms. Freeman. This clearly demonstrates and speaks for the injustice by Ms. Freeman and her oppressed treatment towards Client, a Pakistani-Male as an White-Female Lawyer. The evidence exists!!
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