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Professional Responsibility — Suspension

Wisconsin Supreme Court


Professional Responsibility — Suspension

Where the law license of Louis A. Stockman was suspended in Minnesota for five months, reciprocal discipline is appropriate.

“On July 17, 2012, following the OLR’s filing of an affidavit of service of the complaint on Attorney Stockman, this court issued an order directing Attorney Stockman to show cause why the imposition of the identical discipline imposed by the Minnesota Supreme Court would be unwarranted. Attorney Stockman failed to respond to the order to show cause.”

“Under SCR 22.22(3),1[1] in reciprocal discipline matters, this court shall impose the identical discipline unless one of the enumerated exceptions is shown. There is no indication that any of those exceptions apply in this case.”

2012AP1395-D OLR v. Stockman

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Complainant: St. Ores, Sheryl A., Madison; For Respondent: Stockman, Louis A., Duluth, MN

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