The Pennsylvania Supreme Court suspended a Montgomery County attorney for six months on consent after a routine background investigation for his reinstatement revealed he engaged in law-related activity for a music management company and nonprofit organization without a license, according to a disciplinary petition published Feb. 25. 

In March 2021, Andrew S. Hurwitz filed a petition for reinstatement from administrative suspension and disclosed his employment as president at Studio 1200 in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, from January 2018 to March 2020. Hurwitz acknowledged that his position led him to engage in law-related activities while working for the music management company.

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