TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Oct 12, 2018

The Supreme Court of Tennessee today entered an order suspending Campbell County lawyer Michael Glen Hatmaker from the practice of law for five years, with minimum of four years served as an active suspension and the remainder served on probation. Hatmaker executed a conditional guilty plea acknowledging he made material misrepresentations to clients and opposing counsel, failed to expedite litigation and diligently represent clients, failed to reasonably communicate with clients, and failed to properly maintain client funds in his trust account. Read the order from the Board of Professional Responsibility.