TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Jun 14, 2018

The Supreme Court of Tennessee suspended Chattanooga lawyer Keith Alan Black from the practice of law for three years, ordered restitution be paid in the amount of $2,250, and costs of the disciplinary proceeding be paid to the Board. Black failed to reasonably communicate with and diligently represent his clients, failed to notify clients of his temporary suspension from the practice of law, failed to withdraw as attorney of record in pending cases and abandoned his practice. He also failed to respond to the Board regarding the disciplinary complaints.