Wednesday, June 13, 2012

How not to practice law: lie about your assets, don't file tax returns

Continuing our on going list of simple rules on how NOT to practice law, here are two quick ones:

1.  Claim you don't own any jewelry in your bankruptcy application when you are wearing a Rolex.  This earned a three month suspension for this lawyer.

2.  Don't pay your taxes, particularly if you are a former attorney for the IRS and now in private tax law practice (see here).

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