MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Supreme Court has revoked a former state utility regulator’s law license.
The state Office of Lawyer Regulation recommended the court revoke Willie J. Nunnery of his license for numerous instances of professional misconduct, including failing to pursue clients’ cases and failing to cooperate with OLR investigators. The court ruled Tuesday that the facts support the OLR’s case.
Nunnery served on the Public Service Commission in the early 1980s. Several calls to Nunnery’s law office could not be connected and an email bounced back as undeliverable. His residential number was unlisted.