Daily Archives: June 13, 2014

“Foreclosure lawyer appeals reprimand tied to ‘robo-signing’ cases”

On June 12, 2014, the Bangor Daily News reported that a Maine lawyer has been disciplined for not taking action to stop foreclosure proceedings he was involved in which were based upon faulty, robo-signed affidavits. Decision and Order of the … Continue reading

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Tennessee Lawyer Discipline System — Due Process Revisited

In a recent post, the due process of the Tennessee lawyer discipline system was an issue in discipline system case.  The court held that due process was not denied a lawyer where lawyer investigation, investigation, prosecution and adjudication were in … Continue reading

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