Florida Bar v. Burton R. Levey - Supreme Court of Florida

Florida Bar v. Burton R. Levey

By Supreme Court of Florida

  • Release Date: 1988-05-19
  • Genre: Law
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This disciplinary proceeding is before the Court for consideration of the referee's report. The referee accepted a conditional
guilty plea from the respondent, Burton R. Levey, and recommended the disciplinary measure set forth in a consent judgment
approved by The Florida Bar. Based on respondent's admission that he continued to advise and represent a certain client with regard to that client's ostensibly
legitimate business affairs when respondent knew or should have known that the client's business affairs were to some extent
affected by or connected with possible criminal activities on the part of the client, the referee recommended, in accordance
with the consent plea, that respondent be found guilty of the following violations of the former Code of Professional Responsibility
of The Florida Bar: Disciplinary Rule 2-110(B)(2), for failing to withdraw from representation when continued employment was
likely to result in unethical conduct; and Disciplinary Rule 1-102(A)(6), for conduct adversely reflecting on fitness to practice
law.

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