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2011AP909-D OLR v. Peshek

Professional Responsibility

Where attorney Kristine A. Peshek received a 60-day suspension in Illinois for blogging about confidential client communications, reciprocal discipline is imposed.

“After reviewing the matter, we impose the identical 60-day suspension imposed by the Illinois Supreme Court. See SCR 22.22. On April 25, 2011, Attorney Peshek admitted service of the authenticated copy of the OLR complaint and the order to answer. On April 28, 2011, this court ordered Attorney Peshek to inform the court, in writing, of any claim, predicated upon the grounds set forth in SCR 22.22(3), that the imposition of discipline identical to that imposed in Illinois would be unwarranted and of the factual basis for any such claim. The order stated that if Attorney Peshek failed to respond by May 18, 2011, the court would proceed under SCR 22.22. Attorney Peshek filed no answer to the complaint and did not respond to this court’s April 28, 2011, order.”

2011AP909-D OLR v. Peshek

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Hendrix, Jonathan E., Madison; For Respondent: Peshek, Kristine A., Beloit

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