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Attorney Steven Adelman of Scottsdale; ethical leprechaun

The state of Arizona presented Steven A. Adelman with a law license in 19997 after he graduated from the Boston University Law School. Steven has also been provided with a law license to practice in Maryland and Massachusetts.
The Arizona State Bar found Steven guilty of engaging in the following misconduct.
  1. Failed to provide client with sufficient facts so client could make informed decision about representation
  2. Failed to act with due diligence (slacker)
  3. Failed to communicate with client
  4. Failed to expedite litigation on behalf of client
  5. Failed to act fairly when dealing with opposing counsel
  6. Engaged in conduct that violated the rights of others
  7. Engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice
  8. Misconduct involved multiple offenses
  9. Falsified documents
After a lawsuit was filed against his client, Steven didn’t communicate with him in any manner for over one year. After Steven realized that he failed to provide discovery to defense counsel, he went ahead and backdated the responses, falsified the certificate of the date it was mailed and then sent the fabricated documents to opposing counsel.
When the Superior Court judge sitting on the case realized Steven’s deceptive conduct, he referred the matter to the State Bar.
Steven also thought it was cute to try and embarrass someone by demanding discovery about the plaintiff’s bathroom habits and lack of indoor plumbing. What a Loser!
As a consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Arizona Supreme Court punished Steven by gifting him with a complimentary one-year period of probation. In truth, the comedians sitting on the Supreme Court didn’t really mete out any meaningful punishment to Steven.
As we speak (ca. October 2012) Steven practices with the Adelman Law Group PLLC at 8776 East Shea Blvd. in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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