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Virginia Lawyer Register - August/September 2013

Contents

In this issue:

Disciplinary Proceedings

Disciplinary Summaries

Notices to Members

MCLE suspensions

Clients’ Protection Fund 2012–13 Payments

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Disciplinary Proceedings

Respondent’s Name Address of Record Action Effective Date
Circuit Court
Stephen Joseph Sheehy III Fairfax, VA Public Reprimand September 24, 2013
 
Disciplinary Board
Charles Edward Ayers Jr. Richmond, VA Revocation June 18, 2013
David Allen Downes Front Royal, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms April 26, 2013
Pauline Marjorie Ewald Ashland, VA Revocation May 17, 2013
Michael Christopher Fasano Manasses, VA Suspension—60 days May 1, 2013
Henry St. John Fitzgerald Arlington, VA Suspension—30 days December 19, 2016
Timothy Paul Harris Arlington, VA Suspension w/Terms—6 months April 3, 2013
Seung Oh Kang Annandale, VA Revocation June 25, 2013
David Lassiter Jr. Richmond, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms May 1, 2013
Glenn Charles Lewis Vienna, VA Revocation May 17, 2013
Kenneth Allen Martin McLean, VA Suspension—18 months April 28, 2013
Francis Allen Minor Springfield, VA Suspension—1 year December 10, 2012
Tonja Michelle Roberts Danville, VA Revocation January 25, 2013
David Benjamin Weinberg Alexandria, VA Revocation March 22, 2013
 
District Committees
James Pearce Brice Jr. Virginia Beach, VA Public Reprimand June 5, 2013
Gregory Thomas Casker Chatham, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms March 21, 2013
Sara Elizabeth Chase Henrico, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms February 25, 2013
Richard Waters Davis Jr. Radford, VA Public Reprimand May 3, 2013
James Douglas Fleenor Bristol, VA Public Reprimand May 13, 2013
Christopher L. Markham Frederick, MD Public Reprimand May 8, 2013
Alana Sherrise Powers Portsmouth, VA Public Reprimand June 11, 2013
David Samir Saliba Wytheville, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms May 23, 2013
William L. Stables Jr. Harrisonburg, VA Public Reprimand w/Terms June 21, 2013
William L. Stables Jr. Harrisonburg, VA Public Admonition w/Terms June 25, 2013
Nnika Evangeline White Richmond, VA Public Reprimand March 5, 2013
 
Suspension – Failure to Pay Disciplinary Costs Effective Date Lifted
Gary Bennet Cargill Tucson, AZ April 9, 2013  
Gwen Anne Carpenter Alexandria, VA May 7, 2013  
Kathleene Anne Cipriano Virginia Beach, VA April 24, 2013  
Dennis Philip Clarke McLean, VA March 12, 2013  
Denny Pat Dobbins Portsmouth, VA June 24, 2013  
Dale Eugene Duncan McLean, VA April 9, 2013  
Henry St. John Fitzgerald Arlington, VA March 12, 2013 May 17, 2013
Gregory Dean Foster Richmond, VA March 11, 2013  
Olaf Francis Gebhart Jr. Tifton, GA March 20, 2013  
Hector Ines Hernandez Sr. Fredericksburg, VA April 12, 2013  
Francis Allen Minor Springfield, VA June 11, 2013  
John Alan Jackson Charleston, SC April 12, 2013  
Stephanie Allette Pease Abingdon, VA April 22, 2013 April 25, 2013
Robert Henry Smallenberg Ashland, VA April 4, 2013  
Michael Raymond Thames Arlington, VA April 18, 2013  
 
Suspension – Failure to Comply with Subpoena Effective Date Lifted
Pauline Marjorie Ewald Ashland, VA March 15, 2013  
Reuben Voll Greene Richmond, VA May 31, 2013 July 18, 2013
Benjamin Thomas Reed Norfolk, VA May 17, 2013 May 30, 2013
 
Reinstatement Petition    
Rickey Gene Young Humboldt, TN    
 

 

Features

Disciplinary Summaries

The following are summaries of disciplinary actions for violations of the Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC) (Rules of the Virginia Supreme Court Part 6, ¶ II, eff. Jan. 1, 2000) or another of the Supreme Court Rules.

Copies of disciplinary orders are available at the Web link provided with each summary or by contacting the Virginia State Bar Clerk’s Office at (804) 775-0539 or clerk@vsb.org">clerk@vsb.org. VSB docket numbers are provided.

Circuit Courts

Stephen Joseph Sheehy III
Fairfax, Virginia
10-052-081729

On September 24, 2012, a three-judge panel of the Circuit Court of the County of Fairfax issued a public reprimand to Stephen Joseph Sheehy III for violating professional rules that govern candor toward the tribunal and misconduct. RPC 3.3(a)(1), 8.4(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Sheehy-052113.pdf

Disciplinary Board

Charles Edward Ayers Jr.
Richmond, Virginia
13-000-093418

On June 18, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked Charles Edward Ayers Jr.’s license to practice law for failing to comply with terms imposed by the board in its November 20, 2001, order imposing a public reprimand with terms. The alternate sanction in that matter was revocation. In consenting to the revocation, Mr. Ayers admits that the charges against him are true. Rules Part six, §IV, ¶13-28

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Ayers-070213.pdf


David Allen Downes
Front Royal, Virginia
09-070-077121

On April 26, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board issued a public reprimand with terms to David Allen Downes for violating professional rules that govern safekeeping property. RPC 1.15(a)(1)(2), (b), (c)(1)(3)(4), (e)(1)(i-v)(2)(i-iii)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Downes-072913.pdf

Pauline Marjorie Ewald
Ashland, Virginia
13-000-094773

On May 17, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked Pauline Marjorie Ewald’s license to practice law for failing to comply with the duties of a suspended attorney. Part Six, § IV, ¶ 13-29

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Ewald-072913.pdf

Michael Christopher Fasano
Manassas, Virginia
10-053-084339

Effective May 1, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended Michael Christopher Fasano’s license to practice law for sixty days for violating professional rules that govern scope of representation, truthfulness in statements to others, and misconduct. RPC 1.2(c), 4.1(a), 8.4(a-c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Fasano-052113.pdf

Henry St. John Fitzgerald
Arlington, Virginia
13-000-095268

On May 17, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended Henry St. John Fitzgerald’s license to practice law for an additional thirty days for failing to comply with terms of a four-year suspension issued December 19, 2012. The thirty-day suspension will take effect on December 19, 2016.

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Fitzgerald-070213.pdf

Timothy Paul Harris
Arlington, Virginia
12-041-091303

On April 3, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended the license of Timothy Paul Harris for six months, with terms, for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, fees, safekeeping property, declining or terminating representation, meritorious claims and contentions, candor toward the tribunal, and misconduct. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a); 1.4(a); 1.5(a); 1.15(a)(1),(a)(3)(i,ii),(b)(3-5); 1.16(d); 3.1; 3.3(a)(1,4); 8.4(a-c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Harris-052113.pdf

Seung Oh Kang
Annandale, Virginia
13-000-095724

On June 25, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked Seung Oh Kang’s license to practice law. In consenting to the revocation, Ms. Kang admitted that the charges against her are true and that she could not successfully defend against them. The board, on June 7, 2013, suspended Ms. Kang’s license to practice law based on her conviction of a crime by the U.S. District Court of Maryland. Rules Part six, §IV, ¶13-28

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Kang-070213.pdf

David Lassiter Jr.
Richmond, Virginia
11-033-086054

On May 1, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board issued a public reprimand with terms to David Lassiter Jr. for violating professional rules that govern diligence and safekeeping property. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a), 1.15(a)(1,2), (c)(3)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Lassiter-070213.pdf

Glenn Charles Lewis
Vienna, Virginia
12-051-089657, 12-051-090990

On May 17, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked Glenn Charles Lewis’s license to practice law for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, fees, safekeeping property, declining or terminating representation, bar admission and disciplinary matters and misconduct. RPC 1.3(a,b), 1.4(a), 1.5(a), 1.15(b)(3-5), 1.15(c)(1,2), 1.16(e), 8.1(c), 8.4(b,c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Lewis-072913.pdf

Kenneth Allen Martin
McLean, Virginia
13-000-095407

Effective June 7, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended Kenneth Allen Martin’s license to practice law. The board ordered him to appear on June 28, 2013, to show cause why an eighteen-month suspension that was imposed by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals should not be imposed in Virginia. RPC 1.5(a)(1-8); 1.15(a)(1)(2)(3)(i,ii), (c)(1)(2)(i,ii)(3)(4); 1.16(d); 8.4(c)(d)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Martin-070213.pdf

Francis Allen Minor
Springfield, Virginia
13-000-094144

Effective December 10, 2012, the Virginia State Bar suspended Francis Allen Minor’s license to practice law for one year for violating the terms of an earlier order issued by the board. Rules Part 6, §IV, ¶ 13-18.O

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Minor-052113.pdf

Tonja Michelle Roberts
Danville, Virginia
11-090-085747

On January 25, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked Tonja Michelle Roberts’s license to practice law for violating professional rules that govern bar admission and disciplinary matters. RPC 8.1(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Roberts-072913.pdf

David Benjamin Weinberg
Alexandria, Virginia
12-042-091044 and 12-042-091092

On March 22, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked the license of David Benjamin Weinberg for violating professional rules that govern competence, diligence, communication, declining or terminating representation, unauthorized practice of law; multijurisdictional practice of law, and bar admission and disciplinary matters. RPC 1.1, 1.3(a), 1.4(a)(b)(c), 5.5(c), 8.1(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Weinberg-052113.pdf

District Committees

James Pearce Brice Jr.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
13-022-095840

On June 5, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Second District Committee – Section II issued a public reprimand to James Pearce Brice Jr. for violating the rules that govern safekeeping of client property. Mr. Brice failed to comply with the terms of a prior private admonition. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.15(a)(1,2); (c)(3); (e)(1)(i-v); (f)(4)(i,ii)(5)(i-iii)(6)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Brice-070213.pdf

Gregory Thomas Casker
Chatham, Virginia
12-090-092144, 12-090-091336

On March 21, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Ninth District Subcommittee issued a public reprimand with terms to Gregory Thomas Casker for violating professional rules that govern communication and declining or terminating representation. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.4(a)(b), 1.16(d)(e)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Casker-052113.pdf

Sara Elizabeth Chase
Henrico, Virginia
12-032-090821

On February 25, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Third District– Section II Subcommittee issued a public reprimand with terms to Sara Elizabeth Chase for violating rules of professional conduct that govern competence and diligence. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.1, 1.3(a)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Chase-031113.pdf

Richard Waters Davis Jr.
Radford, Virginia
12-101-090309, 11-101-086786

On May 3, 2013, a Virginia State Bar Tenth District - Section I Subcommittee issued a public reprimand to Richard Waters Davis Jr. for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, conflict of interest: prohibited transactions, and bar admission and disciplinary matters. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a), 1.4(a,b), 1.8(e)(1,2), 8.1(a)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Davis-070213.pdf

James Douglas Fleenor
13-102-092690

On May 13, 2013, a Virginia State Bar Tenth District – Section II Subcommittee issued a public reprimand to James Douglas Fleenor for violating a professional rule that governs diligence. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Fleenor-070213.pdf

Christopher L. Markham
Frederick, Maryland
12-052-090181, 12-052-089878

On May 8, 2013, a Virginia State Bar Fifth District – Section II Subcommittee issued a public reprimand to Christopher L. Markham for violating professional rules that govern responsibilities regarding nonlawyer assistants, unauthorized practice of law; multijurisdictional practice of law, communications concerning a lawyer’s services, advertising, firm name and letterheads, and Virginia Supreme Court Rule 1A:5(f). This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 5.3(a)(b)(c)(2); 5.5(d)(1)(3)(i-iii); 7.1(a)(1)(4)(b); 7.2(d)(1)(2)(3)(e); 7.5(a)(b)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Markham-070213.pdf

Alana Sherrise Powers
Portsmouth, Virginia
13-022-091248

On June 11, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Second District Subcommittee issued a public reprimand to Alana Sherrise Powers for violating professional rules that govern safekeeping property and communication. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.15(b)(3,4); 1.4(a)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Powers-070213.pdf

David Samir Saliba
Wytheville, Virginia
11-101-087198

On May 23, 2013, a Virginia State Bar Tenth District – Section I Subcommittee issued a public reprimand with terms to David Samir Saliba for violating a professional rule that governs misconduct. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 8.4(b)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Saliba-070213.pdf

William L. Stables Jr.
Harrisonburg, Virginia
11-070-088311

On June 21, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Seventh District Subcommittee issued a public reprimand with terms to William L. Stables Jr. for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, declining or terminating representation, fairness to opposing party and counsel, and bar admission and disciplinary matters. This was an agreed disposition of disciplinary matters. RPC 1.3(a), 1.4(a)(c), 1.16(a)(2), 3.4(d), 8.1(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Stables-072913.pdf

William L. Stables Jr.
Harrisonburg, Virginia
12-070-090590

On June 25, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Seventh District Subcommittee issued a public admonition with terms to William L. Stables Jr. for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, and bar admission and disciplinary matters. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a), 1.4(a), 8.1(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/Stables-072913.pdf

Nnika Evangeline White
Richmond, Virginia
13-031-092878

On March 5, 2013, the Virginia State Bar Third District – Section I Subcommittee issued a public reprimand to Nnika Evangeline White for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication, and bar admission and disciplinary matters. This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges. RPC 1.3(a), 1.4(a), 8.1(c)

http://www.vsb.org/docs/White-052113.pdf

Reinstatement Petition

Rickey Gene Young
Deadline for comment: September 18, 2013

Pursuant to Part 6, Section IV, Paragraph 13-25 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia, Rickey Gene Young petitioned the Court on October 24, 2011, for reinstatement of his license to practice law. The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board will hear the petition on September 27, 2013, at 9 a.m. at the Workers’ Compensation Commission, 1000 DMV Drive, Courtroom A, Richmond. After hearing evidence and oral argument, the Disciplinary Board will make factual findings and recommend to the Supreme Court whether the petition should be granted or denied.

The Disciplinary Board seeks information about Mr. Young’s fitness to practice law. Written comments or requests to testify at the hearing may be submitted to Barbara S. Lanier, Clerk of the Disciplinary System, 707 East Main Street, Suite 1500, Richmond, Virginia 23219, or to clerk@vsb.org by the date of the deadline. Comments will become part of the public record.

On August 29, 2012, the clerk of the Supreme Court of Virginia forwarded to the executive director of the Virginia State Bar a Petition for Reinstatement filed by Rickey Gene Young. The Supreme Court of Virginia directed the Virginia State Bar to forward the Petition for Reinstatement to the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board. The Court directed that the matter be referred to the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board despite the fact that Mr. Young admitted in his petition that he had not met all the requirements of the Virginia Supreme Court Rules of Court, Part Six, Section IV, ¶13-25.D, in particular ¶13-25.D.3 and D.4.

The following is a synopsis, pursuant to Part Six, Section IV, ¶13-25.J.5 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia, of the Petition for Reinstatement filed by Mr. Young.

Mr. Young was licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in September of 1980. In 2001, Mr. Young was charged with several misdemeanors for contempt of court and for willfully failing to file tax returns in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia. On August 17, 2001, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended Mr. Young’s license to practice law for a period of eighteen months, effective August 1, 2001. On August 26, 2001, Mr. Young began serving his prison sentence. After finishing his term, Mr. Young tendered an affidavit consenting to having his license to practice law revoked. At the time he tendered his consent to revocation, Mr. Young had ten open complaints against him. The Disciplinary Board accepted Mr. Young’s consent to revocation by order dated February 26, 2003.

Mr. Young alleges in his petition that he was released from all probation in 2003. In September of 2004, Mr. Young began working for the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development as an appeals hearing officer.

Mr. Young alleges that he has kept current with the state of law, has continued to read recent Virginia Supreme Court decisions, and has completed 100 hours of continuing legal education with 12 in ethics. Mr. Young alleges in his petition that he successfully completed the Multi State Professional Responsibility Examination with a scaled score of 114, but does not indicate when or where he took the examination. Mr. Young states that he is active in his church and community, working for homeless shelters. He has paid back the costs assessed against him by the bar and has begun to pay back the Virginia Clients’ Protection Fund.

Copies of Mr. Young’s disciplinary orders are available from the clerk at clerk@vsb.org or (804) 775-0539.

Notices to Members

The VSB’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics issued the following LEO as final on May 28, 2013:

Legal Ethics Opinion 1869: Assisting Pro Se Litigants—Courthouse Assistance Program

Details: https://www.vacle.org/opinions/1869.htm

The VSB’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics issued the following LEOs as final on July 24, 2013:

Legal Ethics Opinion 1871: Inadvertent Receipt of Confidential Information During the Discovery Phase of Litigation

Details: http://www.vacle.org/opinions/1871.htm

Legal Ethics Opinion 1875: Conflict Issues When a Government Lawyer Is Furloughed from Employment and Asked to Continue Representing the Agency

Details: http://www.vacle.org/opinions/1875.htm

Proposed VSB Bylaws Amendment Regarding Composition of the Executive Committee

Deadline for comment: September 13, 2013

The VSB’s Council is seeking public comment on a proposal to increase the size of the Executive Committee from 13 to 16 members. Comments are due to the VSB offices, or publiccomment@vsb.org.

Details: http://www.vsb.org/docs/MOTION-B.pdf


The Clients’ Protection Fund Board is seeking public comment on proposed changes to the per attorney and per claim limits on payments from the fund. Comments should be submitted in writing to: Karen A. Gould, Executive Director, Virginia State Bar, 707 E. Main Street, Suite 1500, Richmond, VA 23219 or publiccomment@vsb.org, no later than the end of the business day on the day of the deadline.

Clients’ Protection Fund Proposals

Deadline for comments: September 6, 2013

The Clients’ Protection Fund Board will meet September 13, 2013, to consider proposals to increase the per attorney limit from 10 percent to 15 percent of the net worth of the fund and increase the per claim limit from $50,000 to $100,000.

The board also will consider recommending that the Virginia State Bar seek legislation authorizing the Supreme Court to continue the current $25 CPF assessment beyond June 30, 2015.

During the 2011–2012 fiscal year, the Clients’ Protection Fund Board voted to conduct an actuarial study. A draft report was received on July 8, 2013. The balance in the fund as of June 30, 2013, was $6.4 million.

A previous actuarial study of the fund was completed in February 2005, which concluded that the fund should have a balance of $9 million in order to pay claims from interest earned. The findings from that study were used to obtain authority for the $25 assessment currently paid by all active attorneys licensed in Virginia. Legislation authorizing the $25 CPF assessment (Code of Virginia section 54.1-3913.1), effective July 1, 2007, is set to expire on June 30, 2015.

The current per claim limit of $50,000 has been in place since July 1, 2000.

The current limit per attorney of 10 percent of the net worth of the fund has been in place since October 1986.

The CPF board’s recommendations will be considered by the VSB Council at its October 4, 2013, meeting.

Details: http://www.vsb.org/pro-guidelines/index.php/rule_changes/item/cpf-2013-07

Proposed Amendments to Paragraph 13-13 Regarding Participation and Disqualification of Counsel

Deadline for comment: September 6, 2013

The Committee on Lawyer Discipline is seeking public comment on proposed changes to rules regarding participation and disqualification of counsel.

Comments should be submitted in writing to Karen A. Gould, Executive Director, Virginia State Bar, 707 E. Main Street, Suite 1500, Richmond, VA 23219 or publiccomment@vsb.org, no later than the end of the business day on the day of the deadline.

Details: http://www.vsb.org/pro-guidelines/index.php/rule_changes/item/amendments-para-13-13-2012-09

MCLE Suspensions

Virginia State Bar members who have been administratively suspended for failure to comply with the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirements for 2012 are listed below.

The requirements are described in Part 6, Section IV, Paragraphs 17, 13.2, and 19 of the Rules of the Virginia Supreme Court.

The VSB has been unable to contact some of these attorneys. The bar requests that members report the location and practice status of any person on the list by contacting the MCLE Department at (804) 775-0577 or MCLE@vsb.org.

The list below was posted August 1, 2013, and is current as of August 1, 2013. To determine whether a listed attorney has fulfilled MCLE obligations after that date, contact the MCLE Department.

List: http://www.vsb.org/site/members/administrative-suspensions#MCLE

Clients’ Protection Fund Payments

Clients' Protection Fund Payments 20012-13
Attorney/Location FY 12–13 Amt Paid To Date Type of Case
Charles W. Austin Jr., Richmond, VA $684 $111,567.31 Embezzlement/Settlement proceeds
      Unearned fees/Securities fraud matter
Charles W. Austin Jr., Richmond, VA $35,075   Unearned fees/Securities matter
Charles W. Austin Jr., Richmond, VA $25,358.31   Unearned fees/Securities matter
Charles W. Austin Jr., Richmond, VA $50,000   Embezzlement/Settlement funds
      Unearned fees/Securities matter
Michael J. Biddinger, Spotsylvania, VA $10,578 $10,578.00 Unearned fees/Child Protection Services case
Kathleene A. Cipriano, Virginia Beach, VA $1,975 $2,425.00 Unearned fees/Divorce
Kathleene A. Cipriano, Virginia Beach, VA $450   Unearned fees/Divorce
Denny Pat Dobbins, Portsmouth, VA $1,300 $1,300.00 Unearned fees/Bankruptcy
Brian Gay, Virginia Beach, VA $50,000 $150,000 Embezzlement/Trust funds
Olaf F. Gebhart Jr., Tifton, GA $813 $813.00 Unearned fees/Bankruptcy
Walter L. Hooker Richmond, VA $325 $325.00 Unearned fees/Real estate closing funds
Robert D. Jacobs, Deceased $197.71 $3,447.71 Unearned fees/Unspecified matter
Owaiian Maurice Jones, Fredericksburg, VA $1,205.52 $144,625.11 Unearned fees/Civil matter
Clive A. O’Leary, Fredericksburg, VA $2,000 $4,500.00 Unearned fees/State litigation matter
Clive A. O’Leary, Fredericksburg, VA $2,500   Unearned fees/Divorce
Tina Elizabeth Orr, Norfolk, VA $34,600 $41,312.50 Unearned fees/Corporate and child custody/support
      Embezzlement/Investment matter
Keh Soo Park, Fairfax, VA $9,000 $37,750.00 Unearned fees/Immigration matters
Keh Soo Park, Fairfax, VA $8,000   Unearned fees/Immigration matters
Keh Soo Park, Fairfax, VA $11,000   Unearned fees/Immigration matters
Thomas J. Sehler, Reston, VA $2,500 $3,647.00 Unearned fees/Mortgage modification matter
Thomas J. Sehler, Reston, VA $1,147   Unearned fees/Bankruptcy
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $500 $38,790.00 Unearned fees/Landlord-Tenant dispute
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $1,500   Unearned fees/Real estate matter
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $5,000   Unearned fees/Immigration matters
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $2,000   Unearned fees/Divorce
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $3,740   Unearned fees/Criminal matter
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $20,050   Unearned fees/Mortgage-Debt settlement matter
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $5,000   Unearned fees/Real property matter
Robert H. Smallenberg, Ashland, VA $1,000   Unearned fees/Child custody matter
Paul Hampton Thomson, Winchester, VA $17,300   Unearned fees/Criminal matter
       
Total   $304,798.54