Charging for 6 Hours to Prepare Client's Bill Gets Lawyer Suspended

, The National Law Journal


In a disciplinary matter spanning nearly a decade, the North Dakota Supreme Court has suspended from practice an attorney alleged to have charged hours instead of minutes for routine legal tasks.

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  • Fred from Dallas

    60 days until he can steal again? Disbar the guy! Hey! At least, how about requiring Kitchen to return all the money he stole from his clients before his suspension is lifted?

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