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Attorney Marco Pulisci of Puerto Rico; moronic scammer


The state of California presented Marco Antonio Pulisci Theodore Richard Naimy Jr. with a law license in 2001 after he graduated from the University of California Berkeley.


The State Bar Court found Marco guilty of engaging in the following misconduct.

  • Engaged in intentional misrepresentation
  • Failed to provide competent representation (moron)
  • Engaged in gross negligence
  • Breached the common law fiduciary duties of good faith; fair dealing; loyalty; and honesty and obedience he owed to his clients
  • Failed to inform his clients of the existence or proposed terms of the potential $6,000,000 Supplemental Settlement or of the ongoing
  • negotiations between ILG (Initial Legal Group) and Wells Fargo
  • Failed provide his clients with all relevant, material information necessary to make an informed decision regarding whether to opt-out of the Class Action Settlement Class before the Lofton court
  • Engaged in a scheme to defraud the ILG clients by scheming to appropriate approximately $6,000,000 (the Supplement Settlement) for ILG without the knowledge or informed consent of the ILG Clients or the court
  • Schemed to take approximately $5.5 million dollars as attorney’s fee and costs through misrepresentations, omissions and the concealment from his clients of the mediation and the proposed Supplemental Settlement
  • Failed to inform clients of significant developments in their case
  • Obtained an interest that conflicted with his clients’ interests
  • Effectively collected an illegal fee of approximately $5.5 million dollars

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the State Bar Court punished Marco by gifting him with a complimentary stayed 18-month suspension of his law license.


As we speak (ca. August 2022), Marco practices his so-called brand of law at the Metro Office Park, Street 1 in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.



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