San Francisco lawyer Philip Kay isn’t going down without a fight.

Facing a possible three-year suspension from practicing law, Kay responded recently by filing a 91-page suit in San Francisco Superior Court against the State Bar of California, its board of governors, State Bar Court Judge Lucy Armendariz and others. He contends, in part, that he was denied due process during his trial in State Bar Court.

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