For the first time in 20 years, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel has had to take drastic measures to ensure a disbarred attorney would finally give up the practice of law.

After five-years worth of suspensions and an eventual disbarment in August 2008, Allen Feingold was still refusing to comply with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s order as he continued to practice law and failed to notify clients of his disbarment, according to orders in the case.

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