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Professional Responsibility – Revocation

 Wisconsin Supreme Court


Professional Responsibility – Revocation

Where attorney Erika Anita Cannaday committed 76 acts of misconduct in 16 client matters, revocation is appropriate.

“Having considered this matter, we approve the stipulation and adopt the stipulated facts and legal conclusions of professional misconduct.  We agree that revocation of Attorney Cannaday’s license to practice law in this state is appropriate discipline.  See In re Disciplinary Proceedings Against Fisher, 2010 WI 45, 324 Wis. 2d 745, 785 N.W.2d 321 (revocation for 55 counts of misconduct after attorney abandoned law practice); In re Disciplinary Proceedings Against Kelly, 2012 WI 55, 341 Wis. 2d 104, 814 N.W.2d 844 (revocation for 51 counts of misconduct for attorney with no prior disciplinary history); In re Disciplinary Proceedings Against Abbott, 2005 WI 172, 286 Wis. 2d 616, 707 N.W.2d 851 (consensual revocation for 20 allegations of misconduct).”

2014AP2152-D OLR v. Cannaday

Per Curiam.

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