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Posted by: Barry Kolar on Oct 8, 2018

Shelby County attorney Clay McCormack on Friday was suspended from the practice of law by the Tennessee Supreme Court for five years, with one year of active suspension and the remainder to be served on probation. McCormack closed numerous real estate transactions in which he performed actions of ethical misconduct that violated Rules of Professional Conduct 1.1, Competence; 4.1(a), Truthfulness in Statements to Others; and 8.4(a) and (c), Misconduct. As conditions of his probation, McCormack must engage a practice monitor and commit no further acts of misconduct resulting in a recommendation of discipline.