2007 Revocation of Pro Hac Vice Registration

The Board of Professional Responsibility has revoked pro hac vice permission for the following attorneys due to their failure to pay the annual registration fee required by Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 19. Attorneys who have since complied with the requirements, and for whom notice has been received from the court, are noted as reinstated.

Pro hac vice authority allows out-of-state attorneys to practice in Tennessee courts. The TBA provides this information as a member service and not as an official record of an attorney's status. Interested individuals should check with the Board of Professional Responsibility for the official status of a Tennessee licensed attorney.

Alabama
Ricky V. South

California
Travis E. Downs III
Joshua N. Holian

Florida
Carlos M. Davila
Joelle H. Hervic
Larry E. Klayman
William R. Pfeiffer
George F. Quintairos
Paul William Rebein
Kevin W. Richardson
R. Craig Spickard

Georgia
Camille W. Averett
Marc A. Celello
David M. Eppsteiner
Marc N. Garber
Michael L. Rothenberg
Reagan G. Sauls
Jean-Alain Schneider

Illinois
Steven A. Kramer
Jeffrey J. Kroll
James A. Meece
J. Ryan Potts

Louisiana
R. Chris Oetjens
Robert E. Richards
Joseph N. Stella

Maryland
Stephen E. Marshall

Michigan
Kurtis L.V. Brown
Ernest L. Jarrett

Missouri
Rachel H. Baker
Michael J. Flannery
J. Scott Kessinger

New Jersey
Wayne Powell

New York
Kenneth Juan Figueroa
Neil Alan Goldberg
Alan S. Goudiss
James J. McGuire

North Carolina
Mark A. La Mantia

Ohio
Jason M. Cohen
Steve N. Siegel

Pennsylvania
Lillian E. Benedict

Texas
Edward A. Davis
Justin Melkus

Washington, D.C.
James C. Egan Jr.
Amy Ray

Wisconsin
Joan I. Schwartz