By order of February 29 the Court imposed a public reprimand on Glenn Oliver Gray for misconduct which included lack of diligence in completing a client’s matter and practicing law while suspended from practice.
By order of February 29 the Court disbarred William R. Taylor (and ordered him to pay restitution) for misconduct which included failing to safeguard funds belonging to a bank in connection with real estate transactions, misappropriation of client funds, a guilty plea to breach of trust with fraudulent intent and incurring debt in his wife’s name without her knowledge and consent.
By orders of February 23 the Court accepted the resignations from the Bar of Margaret Adelia Davidson, Lonnie Julius McAllister II, Julie Graves McKeel and Venable Vermont Jr.
By order of February 23 the Court reinstated Craig J. Poff to the practice of law.
By order of February 22 the Court reinstated John Barry Kern to the practice of law.
By order of February 15 the Court imposed a public reprimand (with additional conditions) on William G. Mayer for misconduct involving a concurrent conflict of interest, providing financial assistance to a client and failing to comply with the recordkeeping provisions of Rule 417.
By order of February 14 the Court placed Frederick James Newton on disability inactive status. Peter Brandt Shelbourne is the trustee.
By order of February 9 the Court accepted the resignations from the Bar of Sean David Amentrout and Hon. John J. McConnell Jr.
By order of February 1 the Court imposed a public reprimand (with an added condition) on Dannitte Mays Dickey for misconduct involving websites which included material misrepresentations, comparative statements which could not be substantiated and descriptions of the quality of services.
By order of February 1 the Court imposed a definite suspension for 90 days (retroactive to August 8 and with additional conditions) on John Barry Kern for misconduct which included commingling client funds, failing to submit a statement to the client as to how much of the fee had been earned, failing to respond to the Office of Disciplinary Counsel and failing to appear after notice by the ODC.
By order of February 1 the Court imposed a public reprimand on Jennifer Elizabeth Meehan as reciprocal discipline for misconduct censured in Tennessee involving submitting a false resume to a potential employer.
By order of February 1 the Court imposed a public reprimand (with an additional condition) on Wallace A. Mullinax Jr. for misconduct which involved sexual relations with a client.