Attorney Discipline

Fostering Efficiency in the Attorney Disciplinary Process

, New York Law Journal

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In his Attorney Discipline column, Hal R. Lieberman discusses proposals from the Commission on Statewide Attorney Discipline meant to foster efficiency in the disciplinary system, including greater latitude for "plea bargaining" which would remove lower level offenses from a time-consuming process, expedited procedures for attorneys who fail to cooperate in an investigation, mandatory document disclosure at an early stage, and more.

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