A veteran attorney in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., metro areas has been suspended by the Maryland Court of Appeals for repeated dishonesty to the court and other parties, including his alleged failure to disclose that his co-counsel was suspended from practicing in the state.

Mark David Wemple, of counsel for the DC Law Group who also maintained a separate home office, was found to have violated numerous rules of professional conduct in five client matters, including using the legal process to intimidate an opposing party, failing to communicate with clients about their case or fee structure, and not showing up to scheduled court hearings, according to the court’s 37-page opinion filed June 16.

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