A personal injury lawyer who instructed her paralegal to solicit a medical clinic patient who had already declined an attorney referral has been suspended for three months.

In imposing the punishment, an Appellate Division, First Department, panel rejected the Disciplinary Committee’s recommendation that Alexis Ravitch, who pleaded guilty to soliciting a client in violation of the Judiciary Law, be suspended for a minimum of 18 months.

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