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Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings

By: Derek Hawkins//November 23, 2021//

Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings

By: Derek Hawkins//November 23, 2021//

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WI Supreme Court

Case Name: Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Sandra J. Zenor

Case No.: 2021 WI 77

Focus: Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings

We review a report filed by Referee Robert E. Kinney, accepting a stipulation executed by Attorney Sandra J. Zenor and the Office of Lawyer Regulation (OLR), in which Attorney Zenor pled no contest to four counts of professional misconduct and agreed that the allegations of the OLR’s complaint were established by clear, satisfactory, and convincing evidence. Consistent with the terms of the stipulation, the referee recommends that we suspend Attorney Zenor’s law license for 60 days. The referee also recommends we order Attorney Zenor to pay the full costs of this proceeding, which total $1,733.49 as of July 6, 2021. The OLR did not request restitution, having advised this court that Attorney Zenor made full restitution in this disciplinary matter.

We adopt the referee’s findings of fact and conclusions of law as derived from the parties’ stipulation, which permits the referee to rely on the factual allegations in the OLR’s complaint. We agree that a 60-day suspension is appropriate, and we impose the full costs of this proceeding on Attorney Zenor. The OLR indicates that restitution has been made so we do not impose a restitution order.

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Derek A Hawkins is Corporate Counsel, at Salesforce.


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