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Overview of the Attorney Grievance Process in Maryland

By: George S. Mahaffey | 11.26.18 | Featured

Anxiety and even a bit of resentment are natural reactions to the filing of a bar complaint with the Attorney Grievance Commission (AGC). The moment that happens and you receive the dreaded letter from the AGC is the time to start preparing, and there is no better way to acquaint yourself with the attorney-disciplinary process than reviewing the infographic included below (or download the file here). Our ethics team has litigated and tried cases against bar counsel and before the Maryland Court of Appeals. We know the process, but if you still need more information, download our 4-part eBook to find out exactly how attorney-disciplinary cases work. Remember, Goodell DeVries attorneys have years of experience handling these types of claims and we stand ready to help you through the process.

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Remember, our team of professional liability attorneys who work specifically on these types of cases stand ready to help you. Contact Craig S. Brodsky, George S. Mahaffey, Jr. or Jeffrey J. Hines when faced with any attorney grievance complaint.