Oak View attorney James Andre Boles received a stayed suspension for one year and placed on two years' probation after he allegedly abandoned two clients in Nevada in 2011, for which he was disciplined in that state, according to a recent California State Bar filing.
Los Angeles attorney Dane Paul Miller has been disbarred following alleged probation violations after mishandling a more than $18,000 medical malpractice case settlement, according to a recent California State Bar filing.
The suspension of Nevada attorney Brandon L. Moreno, who in 2010 settled Federal Trade Commission allegations of about false claims in a consumer loan modifications case, has been lifted, according to a recent California State Bar filing.
Los Angeles attorney Keith Goffney, currently ineligible to practice law in California, received a public reproval after being charged with six counts of misconduct, including unauthorized practice of law that he tried not to do, according to a recent state bar filing.
Beverly Hills attorney Gene W. Chang has been disbarred by the California State Bar after he lied to a client about where more than $8,000 went during a bankruptcy proceeding, according to a recent decision.
Daly City attorney William Hardy Noble has been disbarred by the California State Bar after 12 years of periodically not cooperating with the state bar and complying with continuing education requirements, according to a recent decision.
Pasadena attorney Shant Ohanian has been disbarred by the California State Bar over multiple allegations he fabricated documents, including checks and settlement amounts in the cases of separate clients he represented, according to a recent decision.
San Francisco attorney Alice Brown Traeg has been disbarred by the California State Bar for violating conditions of probation imposed on her by the California Supreme Court in May 2016 following more than 30 years of discipline-free practice, according to a recent decision.
San Antonio attorney Abel Hernandez, practicing in California for 25 years, has been disbarred by the state bar after failing to comply with probation conditions of a disciplinary probation imposed by the California Supreme Court, according to a recent decision.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Finding an insurers policy professional services barred coverage for underlying claims in a fatal pipeline explosion, the California First District Court of Appeal has affirmed a trial court's ruling in favor of an excess insurer.
John Doherty, president of the Civil Justice Association of California (CJAC), is appealing to lawmakers in hopes of thwarting a bill many feel will hamper local businesses by allowing city attorneys the power to subpoena before formally filing suit.