A financially distressed lawyer who did business through his secretary's personal account has been suspended for three months, but he avoided a longer punishment because disciplinarians were convinced he was applying a stopgap measure to preserve his practice.
Solo Suspended for Using Secretary's Bank Account To Dodge His Creditors
New Jersey Law Journal
February 19, 2013
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