Washington, D.C., disciplinary officials on Friday recommended publicly censuring a Cozen O’Connor lawyer for allegedly concealing a past disciplinary charge relating to a 2004 hit-and-run.

The three-member committee found that the Board on Professional Responsibility’s disciplinary arm—the Office of Disciplinary Counsel—proved “by clear and convincing evidence” that Cozen lawyer Wayne Rohde, identified on the firm’s website as a member, broke Virginia’s rules of professional conduct when he failed to disclose his pending disciplinary charges on a pro hac vice application in 2010.

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