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Re: LL's Attorney tells Tenant :

Posted by Sam on March 07, 1999 at 13:30:01:

In Reply to: Re: LL's Attorney tells Tenant : posted by Willard on March 05, 1999 at 15:37:35:

: I would report to the police IMMEDIATELY that the attorney threatened your life and ask for an order of protection. The write the bar association with a copy of the complaint.
: Also file for harrasment in housing court....

: Willard

: : Where: just after a Housing Court case, right in the hallway just outside the courtroom doors after LL's case was vacated.

: : Is this HOSTILE treatment?

: : What recourse does a tenant have?
: : Question: if this same attorney represents LL in another case, can tenant ask that he be declared hostile and barred from representing LL in a possible future legal proceeding?
: : Question: are there other remedies, e.g., New York Bar Association, to appeal to for "unprofessional conduct" or more serious recriminations?

There are Disciplinary Rules for lawyers: I ran into them on the net. Somehow, I ended up on the NY State Bar Assoc webpage below. Click on Public for consumer info, on Ethics for the actual Code/Law.

Hope this helps.

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