The New Jersey Supreme Court has disbarred Kenneth Denti, a former partner at Fox Rothschild and Pennsylvania shop Margolis Edelstein, for falsifying billing records while he worked at both firms. (Hat Tip: Legal Profession Blog.)
As reported last year by the New Jersey Law Journal, a sibling publication, a disciplinary review board of the Garden State’s Supreme Court had recommended that Denti be disbarred after he was accused of fabricating $350,000 worth of billings while drawing a salary from both firms. Denti spent 13 months at Fox Rothschild before leaving the firm in April 2006 to become a partner at Margolis Edelstein. (Fox Rothschild conducted an internal investigation into Denti’s conduct before he left.)
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