Anaheim attorney Clifford Nelson Schuster faces a one-year suspension after he failed to comply with the conditions of his probation handed down more than a year ago for not completing required continuing education before he was audited, according to a recent California State Bar filing.
West Hollywood attorney Samuel Robert Spira faces a one-year suspension after he failed to comply with the conditions of his probation handed down a year ago when he misrepresented whether he’d taken a required continuing education exam, according to a recent California State Bar filing.
Oakland attorney Mitchell Chyette, who wrote about depression in the legal progression after admitting in 2011 to misappropriating tens of thousands of dollars from his clients, is again permitted to practice law, according to recent action by the California State Bar.
OAKHURST, Calif. (Northern California Record) – Madera County attorney Kathleen Marion Keefe has been disbarred by the California State Bar over three counts of misconduct relating to her client trust account, according to a recent filing.
Costa Mesa attorney Robyn Lynnette Pool has been disbarred by the California State Bar over allegations she engaged in more than 15 instances of loan modification misconduct, according to a recent decision.
Glendale attorney Michael H. Miller has been disbarred by the California State Bar over an alleged violation of professional conduct rules and ignoring state bar correspondence requesting that he respond to allegations of misconduct against him, according to a recent decision.
Hayward attorney Portia Bettis has been disbarred by the California State Bar over alleged violations of business and professional codes and the state bar's rules of professional conduct, according to a recent decision.
WEST HOLLYWOOD – After the California Supreme Court declined to hear his client's case against a half-million-dollar “affordable housing” fee levied in West Hollywood, a Pacific Legal Foundation attorney is hoping the nation's highest court will be more receptive.
Only days before the end of Kim Stone's time as the third Civil Justice Association of California president, American Tort Reform Association released its latest Judicial Hellholes list, ranking the state No. 2.
&&&LOS ANGELES (Northern California Record) – An attorney specializing in insurance matters says whether insurers should be concerned about a California Supreme Court ruling that Brandt fees be included in damages calculations will depend on many factors.
SACRAMENTO, California – After beginning initial review last spring of California's landmark Political Reform Act, the Fair Political Practice Commission is on schedule to present the state Legislature with a proposed revision in January, an FPPC spokesman said during a recent interview.
LAS VEGAS (Northern California Record) – California is a very attractive venue in which to bring cases alleging a connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer but plaintiffs must be carefully chosen, attorneys said during a recent trial lawyer gathering.