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Professional Responsibility – reinstatement

Wisconsin Supreme Court

Civil

Professional Responsibility – reinstatement

Where attorney Boris Ouchakof has met the requirements, reinstatement is appropriate.

“Neither party has challenged any of the referee’s findings of fact or legal conclusions about Attorney Ouchakof’s compliance with the standards for reinstatement. Our own review of the matter leads us to accept the referee’s findings of fact. Those findings show that for nearly all of the period of revocation Attorney Ouchakof has maintained steady employment, has conducted himself in an exemplary manner, and has demonstrated the required competence and learning in the law. We therefore agree with the referee’s legal conclusion that Attorney Ouchakof has satisfied the requirements for the reinstatement of his license to practice law in this state by clear, satisfactory, and convincing evidence.”

2002AP875-D OLR v. Ouchakof

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Complainant: Weigel, William J., Madison; For Respondent: Ouchakof, Boris, pro se


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