Robert Schulman, a former Washington, D.C., intellectual property litigation partner at Hunton & Williams and Arent Fox, has agreed to a three-year suspension from the D.C. bar following his 2017 insider trading conviction.

The hearing committee of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals’ professional responsibility board signed off on the negotiated petition on Tuesday, but the agreement still must be approved by the court.

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