The D.C. Court of Appeals handed down a 60-day suspension Thursday for a former Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman associate who told clients that he was senior counsel.

According to the per curiam opinion, Garland Stillwell also admitted that he “made a false representation on behalf of a friend, improperly charged personal expenses to others, worked outside the law firm against the law firm’s written policies, and asserted a position on behalf of clients that was adverse to a position taken by a client of his firm without first obtaining informed consent of all parties.”

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