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Attorney David DeBlasio of Portland, OR; ethical goblin

The state of Oregon provided David DeBlasio with a law license in 1974.
The Oregon State Bar found David guilty of the following misconduct
  1. Misconduct involved multiple offenses
  2. Failed to provide competent representation (moron)
  3. Neglected a legal matter entrusted to him
  4. Failed to promptly turn over client funds to client
  5. Failed to adequately communicate with client
  6. Failed to promptly notify client of receipt of client funds
In one matter, Stey Parker and Neil Kiely, partners of Exchange Street Capitol (ESC) signed a contingency fee agreement with David. ESC hired David and his firm to represent it the collection of a port folio of claims ESC purchased from a credit card company. The agreement called for David to pay proceeds belonging to ESC at least monthly.
For a period of one year, neither David nor anyone at his firm took any substantive action on any of ESC’s collection claims. David also failed to respond to numerous requests for information from ESC.
The ESC collection lawsuit/claims did not receive adequate attention by David or his firm. As a consequence, ESC was not timely notified of all monies received from debtor on its collection claim, nor was the money remitted to ESC in a timely fashion.
As a result of David’s delay in filing the collection lawsuits, a number of defendants could not be served, resulting in the dismissal of a portion of the lawsuits. One lawsuit was dismissed for lack of prosecution. ESC was not timely notified of these dismissals.
As a consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Oregon Supreme Court punished David by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
As we speak (ca. March 2013) David practices with Harrington Anderson & DeBlasio at 1737 NE Broadway in Portland, Oregon.
On its self-serving website at www.had-law.com, the Harrington firm makes absolutely not mention of the aforementioned misconduct. Apparently, the firm decided to conceal this relevant information so as to not limit its future victim pool.

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