DiMauro v. Farrell Suspended Lawyer Allegedly Did Not Finish Client's Work December 24, 2012 share share on linkedin Facebook share on twitter share on google+ Share With Email Send Thank you for sharing! Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. print reprints Statewide Grievance Committee Statewide Grievance Committee 12-0080 Sep 14 2012 (Date Decided) Woviotis, Esq., Cuthbertson, Esq., and Jenkins An attorney who allegedly is suspended from the practice of law, after he is hired, and who does not finish more than 50 percent of his client's work violates Rule 1.3 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. More from Connecticut Law Tribune Conn. Law Firms Announce Partner, Counsel Promotions Former GOP Candidate Sues Town Officials Who Kicked Her Out of Party Technician's Lawsuit Says Surgeon Hit Him During Operation Plaintiff With Drug History Wins $156,000 Verdict Without Testifying at Trial More from the ALM Network Previous Next Small Size, Big Cases: The 2016 Litigation Boutiques Hot List The National Law Journal The Am Law 100, the Early Numbers: Profits Continue to Slide at Cadwalader The Am Law Daily Poll: CEOs Are Overpaid, But Regulation May Not Be the Answer Corporate Counsel Federal Judge Blocks Release of Anti-Abortion Videos The Recorder Full-time Job Offers to Summer Associates at Highest Rate in Decade The National Law Journal The Right to an Abortion Was Crucial for Them, Attorneys Say The American Lawyer Opposing Counsel About Ted Cruz: 'He Wasn't a Jerk' Texas Lawyer Can You Track Your Employees’ Cars With GPS? Corporate Counsel Firms See Super Bowl as a Super Bust The Recorder Former Partners: Giuliani's Political Comments Caused Tension The Am Law Daily Next Lawyer to Leave Dickstein Shapiro: Biz Van Gelder The National Law Journal California’s Fair Pay Act Will Likely Impact Employers Beyond the Golden State Corporate Counsel Judge Scolded for Taking Pay While Behind on Cases The Recorder Ex-Greenberg Traurig Litigator Seeks Redemption for Sex Abuse Victims The Am Law Daily Pelvic Mesh Maker Bets On Trials The National Law Journal Ninth Circuit Orders Review of Prohibition-Era Ad Ban The Recorder Chipotle and Blue Bell Cases May Turn Executive Stomachs Corporate Counsel Ex-Con CEO Wins $14M Verdict in Suit vs. Goldman Subsidiary New Jersey Law Journal In Terms of Bizarre, 2015 Will Be Hard to Beat Texas Lawyer Disorder in the Court: What Were These Judges Thinking?