Attorney Discipline

May 2013
Utah Bar Journal;May/Jun2013, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p58
Academic Journal
The article announces several disciplinary actions against attorneys at the Utah State Bar for violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct including suspension of D. Michael Nielsen and Bruce L. Nelson, and public reprimand and probation against John W. Maddox.


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