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NUNC PRO TUNC ORDERED BY THE CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT The State Bar, having received information that the following attorneys are deceased, the Supreme Court has set aside its order of suspension as it pertains to those attorneys nunc pro tunc and record entries indicating the suspension for nonpayment of bar fees were expunged. Thomas Wiles Arafe, Los Angeles Patricia Ball, Long Beach Joyce Chiang, Washington, D.C. Steven R. DeSmith, San Francisco Margaret E.O. Edozien, Sunnyvale Michael Peter Fioti, Las Vegas Trang-My Thi Ngyuen, Gardena Ehud Seri-Levi, Israel Deborah Ann Thompson, Santa Monica Margaret Sinigletary, San Rafael Robert E. Weiner, Los Angeles The State Bar, having received information that the following attorneys were suspended for nonpayment of fees due to State Bar clerical error, the Supreme Court has set aside its order of suspension as it pertains to those attorneys nunc pro tunc and record entries indicating the suspension for nonpayment of bar fees were expunged. Victor Daniel Abrunzo Jr., Westlake Village Victor Eugene Baiz, Burlingame Lisa K. Edwards, Los Angeles Mary Aileen Enright, Grass Valley Darcy Lynn Frazar, San Marcos Suzanne Taylor Jarvis, Poway Clay Patrick Kinney, Japan Rhona Jean Kisch, New York City Jan Barkin Kutchen, Oakland Daniel Paul Whitney Lispi, Los Angeles Bartholomew Murphy, San Francisco Douglas Lee Nicholson, Yorba Linda Barry Jay Post, Brentwood Scott Wellington Rudolph, San Diego Terence Lynn Thompson, Austin, Texas INVOLUNTARY INACTIVE ENROLLMENT The following persons have been enrolled as inactive members of the State Bar of California pursuant to Rule 960 of the California Rules of Court and may not practice law while so enrolled, effective on the dates indicated. Unless otherwise noted, they must comply with Rule 955 of the California Rules of Court: Sydney Jack Gordon, Van Nuys, Sept. 22 John Michael Haggerty, Arlington, Wash., Sept. 4 Thomas Dale Patrick, Redding, Sept. 18 The following persons have been enrolled as inactive members of the State Bar of California pursuant to � 6007 of the Business & Professions Code and may not practice law or hold themselves out as entitled to practice law while so enrolled, effective on the dates indicated: Michael Guzman Juarez, Brawley, Sept. 14 Dudley Randall Kerr, West Hollywood, Sept. 11 Kooros James Khavarian, Valley Village, Sept. 14 Edward Stuart Levinson, Oakland, Sept. 11 A. David Medeiros, Fresno, Sept. 18 John Hyonsub Shim, Glendale, Sept. 13 INTERIM SUSPENSION FOLLOWING CRIMINAL CONVICTION The following persons have been suspended by the State Bar Court following a criminal conviction effective on the dates indicated, until further order of the court. Unless otherwise noted, they must comply with Rule 955 of the California Rules of Court: John Franklyn Watkins, Glendora, Sept. 23 MISCELLANEOUS The State Bar, having received information that the following attorneys are deceased, the transfer to Administrative Inactive status has been reversed, and record entries indicating their noncompliance have been expunged. Joyce Chiang, Washington, D.C. Margaret E.O. Edozien, Sunnyvale Trang-My Thi Ngyuen, Gardena Margaret Sinigletary, San Rafael The following persons were transferred to Administrative Inactive status in error. They have complied with Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements, and record entries indicating their noncompliance have been expunged. Victor Daniel Abrunzo Jr., Westlake Village Thomas Jesse Grisham, San Diego Jan Barkin Kutchen, Oakland Clay Patrick Kinney, Japan Bartholomew Murphy, San Francisco Judith M. Sack, Encino Joel David Stern, Sausalito

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