TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 10, 2019
Hamilton County lawyer Lisa Bowman Luthringer received a public censure on Monday from the Board of Professional Responsibility. After being retained in a child visitation case in November 2012, Luthringer waited over seven months to file a motion for mediation. The case languished another 13 months until October 2014, when she finally filed a motion to modify the parenting plan. Luthringer waited another 19 months to file a motion to set the case for a hearing. By the time the parties completed discovery, another year and a half had passed. Luthringer violated the Rules of Professional Conduct and was censured for this violation.