How many bad lawyers does it take to change a lightbulb?
Wait, no. Maybe that’s not the question. OK, let me pull myself together after this shock…
So the question today is: how many bad lawyers are cited in the New York Law Journal in one week?
And today? This is definitely an OMG moment, courtesy these abstracted articles from the New York Law Journal:
Lawyer Indicted for Forging Judge’s Name on Document
Jeffrey Stark of Levittown was charged in a federal indictment unsealed Thursday with forging the name of a federal bankruptcy judge on a phony order in a case.
Panel Disbars Lawyer After Perjury, Theft Convictions
The First Department has disbarred a Manhattan attorney who admitted to stealing more than $50,000, perjuring himself and submitting forged records as fake…
Lawyer Disbarred Following Healthcare Fraud Conviction
Victor J. Horowitz pleaded guilty in federal court to charges stemming from his participation in a $30,000 false insurance claim and overbilling scheme where.
Closing Attorney Indicted for Defrauding Lender
A federal grand jury has indicted an Atlanta real estate closing attorney and two real estate investors, charging them with defrauding SunTrust Mortgage of.