A veteran personal injury and medical malpractice attorney in Massachusetts has been disbarred after facing a seven-count disciplinary petition and being found by a judge to have violated “multiple” professional misconduct rules, including the intentional misuse of client funds.
In laying out the seven counts lodged against attorney Abigail R. Williams, the Massachusetts state judge described in an opinion disbarring Williams two counts in which she allegedly took more than $100,000 in respective clients’ funds by falsely claiming reimbursement expenses, vastly inflating the amounts, according to allegations.
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