San Antonio attorney Andrew Toscano has received a probated two-year suspension of his law license for failing to report his former boss’ professional misconduct in a products liability suit in which plaintiffs sought $2 billion.
Judge Betty Ann Caton of the 296th District Court in Collin County, Texas, who presided over Commission for Lawyer Discipline v. Toscano by special assignment, signed an agreed final judgment in the case on July 31.
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