Former In-House Lawyer Disbarred a Second Time—This Time Not in Secret

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The Supreme Court of Louisiana disbarred a former Verizon Communications Inc. lawyer a second time last week, after he kept his first disbarment a secret for a decade.

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    Law firms send one check to the state licensing authority for all of their attorneys who practice in that state. Also, if an attorney has more than one state license, the law firm cuts the check for that license. No attorney can pay the state licensing authority directly for his/her annual registration. Just normal business controls.

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