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Attorney David Anderson of Lansing; ethical gremlin


The state of Michigan provided David J. Anderson with a law license in 1977 after he graduated from ThomasM.CooleyLawSchool.


The Ingham County Hearing Panel #7 found David guilty of the following misconduct.


Dave was hired by numerous property owners along a right away that divided real property, to acquire an ownership interest in the right of way. Dave subsequently filed a lawsuit on their behalf in circuit court.


The judge originally assigned to the case who recused (withdrew) himself due to his ownership of adjacent property. Shortly thereafter, Dave agreed to represent the judge in obtaining an ownership interest in the right of way, proceeded to represent both clients without disclosing the dual representation to the complainants; although he knew at the time of settlement negotiations that the complainants were seeking full ownership of that part of the right of way that divided their property from the judge's property.


Dave still failed to disclose his representation of the judge’s interest in the right of way to his initial clients and continued the dual representation to their detriment.


As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Michigan Supreme Court punished David by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.


As we speak (ca. February 2014), David practices with Anderson Stull & Associates at 320 West Ottawa Street in Lansing, Michigan.



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