'Candid, Contrite' NY Lawyer Gets Lighter Punishment in Ethics Case

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Citing his financial hardships and pro bono work, the First Department has chosen to publicly censure, rather than suspend or disbar, a veteran New York lawyer who disregarded some 25 court orders in 11 different federal lawsuits.

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  • Matthew Siegel

    While a mistake of the head always trumps a mistake of the heart, I daresay Mr. Gluck was extremely lucky that his disciplinary proceeding was venued in the First -- rather than the Second -- Department!

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