For the first time in 20 years, a Pennsylvania disciplinary office has had to take drastic measures to ensure a disbarred attorney finally gives up the practice of law. After five years of suspensions, and then disbarment in August 2008, Allen Feingold continued to practice law and failed to notify clients of his disbarment, according to orders in the case. This month, a judge in the case ordered Feingold to hand over his office keys and directed the Office of Disciplinary Counsel to change the locks.
Disciplinary Office Locks Disbarred Attorney Out of His Office
The Legal Intelligencer
September 28, 2009