Attorney Discipline for October 2010

VII. ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE

 

A. Kentucky Bar Association v. William J. Grider

2010-SC-000522-KB October 21, 2010

Opinion of the Court.  All sitting; all concur.  Supreme Court adopted KBA’s recommendation to suspend Grider for one year and recover administrative costs totaling $459.80, for his practice of law under a suspended license and in direct disobedience of the Court’s order of suspension, and for his failure to respond to the Office of Bar Counsel.

 

B. Kentucky Bar Association v. D. Anthony Brinker

2010-SC-000004-KB October 21, 2010

Opinion of the Court.  All sitting; all concur.  Supreme Court found Brinker guilty of failing to comply with an Order requiring him to pay a fee in the amount of $750 and adopted the CLE Commission’s recommendation to suspend Brinker for failure to comply with minimum CLE requirements.

 

C. Inquiry Commission v. Barbara A. Yeager

2010-SC-000514-KB October 21, 2010

Opinion of the Court.  All sitting; all concur.  Supreme Court temporarily suspended Yeager based on probable cause that Yeager misappropriated funds held for others and allegations that Yeager lacks the physical or mental fitness necessary to continue practicing law.

 

D. Heather Clark Reynolds v. Kentucky Bar Association

2010-SC-000617-KB October 21, 2010

Opinion of the Court.  All sitting; all concur.  Supreme Court permanently disbarred Reynolds from the practice of law.

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