TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Apr 27, 2012

Memphis lawyer Michael Brandon Barber was suspended April 26 for five years by the Tennessee Supreme Court for neglecting the representation of several former clients and ultimately abandoned his practice. By the aforementioned acts, he violated Rules 1.1 (competence), 1.3 (diligence), 1.4 (communication), 1.16 (terminating representation), 3.2 (expediting litigation), 8.1 (bar admission and disciplinary matters), and 8.4(a), (c), and (d) (misconduct) of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Download the BPR release

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