After Confessing To Ethics Violation, Patent Attorney Disbarred For Commingling And Converting Client Funds

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.Client Funds, Communications, PTO Ethics DecisionsLeave a Comment

“If you tell the truth you don’t have to remember anything.” – Mark Twain Give patent attorney Stephen Robinson at least a little credit – he was honest about being dishonest. The fact he self-reported his ethical violations to the Kansas Bar was not enough to save his state law license.  In re Stephen R. Robinson, No. 107,311 (Kan. Sup. Ct.). Nor was it sufficient to avoid disbarment … Read More