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Professional Responsibility — revocation

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//July 18, 2014//

Professional Responsibility — revocation

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//July 18, 2014//

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Wisconsin Supreme Court

Civil

Professional Responsibility — revocation

Where attorney Bridget E. Boyle has a history of neglecting client matters, revocation is appropriate.

“Having reviewed Attorney Boyle’s petition, the OLR’s summary of misconduct allegations in pending investigative matters, the referee’s report in Case No. 2012AP2423-D, and the OLR’s complaint in Case No. 2013AP1592-D, we conclude that the petition for consensual revocation should be granted. It is clear from the descriptions of the various representations that Attorney Boyle has engaged in a widespread pattern of serious professional misconduct that has harmed her clients. It is also clear that Attorney Boyle is currently unwilling or unable to conform her conduct to the standards that are required to practice law in this state.”

2012AP2423-D, 2013AP1592-D & 2014AP272-D OLR v. Boyle

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Boyle, Bridget E., Milwaukee; For Respondent: Krohn, Robert G., Edgerton; Weigel, William J., Madison

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