TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jan 28, 2019
On Jan. 24, the Supreme Court of Tennessee suspended Memphis attorney Gerald Stanley Green from the practice of law for six months, with 30 days to be served on active suspension and the remaining five months on probation with conditions. The Board of Professional Responsibility filed a petition for discipline and a supplemental petition against Green based on complaints by three clients alleging that he did not adequately communicate and failed to diligently represent them. In addition, Green was charged with practicing law in Mississippi without complying with that state’s rule governing pro hac vice admission.