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Attorney Andrew Townsend of Tulsa: ethical goblin

 
The state of Oklahoma presented Andrew Raymond Townsend with a law license in 1998 after he graduated from the University of Tulsa Law School.
 
The Oklahoma Bas Association found Andrew guilty of the following misconduct.
  1. Failed to communicate with clients
  2. Failed to appear for mandatory court hearings
  3. Failed to return client files to client after being discharged
  4. Failed to timely refund unearned fees
  5. Failed to complete legal proceedings on client’s behalf
  6. Failed to timely respond to bar investigator inquiries (Up Yours, said Andy!)
In on matter, Andrew was hired to represent a client in a personal injury case. When settlement attempt failed, Andrew filed a lawsuit. Subsequently, the court set a trial date in the case; however, Andrew did not appear and failed to respond. The trial court then dismissed the client’s case with prejudice due to Andrew’s gross negligence, which meant the client was forever precluded form ever pursing the case in the future.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Oklahoma Supreme Court punished Andrew by gifting him with a complimentary
 
As we speak (ca. June 2013) Andrew practices at 1725 South Columbia Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 
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