The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday rejected an attorney’s request to suspend his license for up to four years after he bilked about $500,000 in phony invoices from his law firm.

The lawyer is Michael J. C. Shaw, a former bankruptcy and foreclosure associate at Greenberg Traurig. The state Supreme Court in March rejected Shaw’s request to be suspended from practicing law from six months up to a year. His amended petition for voluntary discipline asked that he be suspended for two to four years.

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