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Attorney Daryl Gold of Shreveport, LA; repeat offender 

 

The state of Louisiana presented Daryl Gold with a law license in 1971 after he graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) Law School.

 

Daryl’s 14thBite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree  

  • Failed to adhere to lawful demands of ethics investigators (Up yours, said Daryl!)
  • Failed to respond to repeated requests for return of documents
  • Failed to comply with subpoena issued by disciplinary authority
  • Failed to safeguard third-party property
  • Engaged in a pattern of misconduct
  • Bad faith obstruction of disciplinary investigation
  • Failed to exhibit remorse for his conduct
  • Victim of misconduct was vulnerable
  • Violated duties to the public
  • Conduct adversely affected the rights of an elderly woman and her son

As one would suspect, this isn’t Daryl’s First Bite at the Attorney Misconduct Apple Tree. In the past, he received twelve (12) complimentary reprimands and admonitions and one (1) six month suspension of his law license.

 

As a consequence of his misconduct, the Cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Louisiana Supreme Court punished Daryl by gifting him with a complimentary 90-day suspension of his law license.

Daryl’s 15thBite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree  

  • Failed to communicate with client
  • Caused actual harm to client by failing to file claim in timely manner
  • Failed to complete representation of clients
  • Failed or refused to refund unearned fee (cheater)
  • Failed or refused to address issue of his fees with client
  • Negligently violated duties owed to client
  • Failed to cooperate with ethics investigators (Up yours, said Daryl!)
  • Non-cooperation with ethics invest investigators cause for issuance of second subpoena
  • Failed to act with due diligence (slacker)
  • Failed to file claim on client’s behalf within 1-year time period to act
  • Failure to file client’s claim led to it being dismissed
  • Client sued for malpractice and received $97,000 court judgment v. Daryl
  • Daryl filed bankruptcy re: $97,000 malpractice judgment

 

As a consequence of his misconduct, the Cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Louisiana Supreme Court punished Daryl by gifting him with a complimentary 2-year suspension of his law license.

 

As we speak (ca. February 2015), Daryl practices at 631 Milam Street in Shreveport, Louisiana.

 

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