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NEW FILINGS, HEARING SCHEDULES AND CLERK'S OFFICE


Recent Disciplinary Decisions from Supreme Court  |  Recently Filed Complaints and Reports  |  Announcements  |  Schedule of Hearings  |  Clerk’s Office Services

RECENTLY FILED DISCIPLINARY DECISIONS FROM SUPREME COURT

SUPREME COURT OF ILLINOIS

FRIDAY, January 18, 2013

THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS:

MISCELLANEOUS RECORD

M.R.25613 ‑ In re: Kwadwo Jones Armano. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent Kwadwo Jones

                      Armano, who has been disciplined in the State of

                      Missouri, is reprimanded in the State of Illinois.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25621 ‑ In re: Albert Max Wanninger. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by respondent Albert Max Wanninger

                      for leave to file exceptions to the report and

                      recommendation of the Review Board is denied.

                      Respondent is suspended from the practice of law

                      for three (3) years and until further order of the

                      Court retroactive to the date of respondent's

                      interim suspension on August 3, 2011, as

                      recommended by the Review Board.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25622 ‑ In re: Caryn H. Nadenbush. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The motion by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to

                      approve and confirm the report and recommendation

                      of the Hearing Board is allowed, and respondent

                      Caryn H. Nadenbush is suspended from the practice

                      of law for ninety (90) days and required to

                      successfully complete the Attorney Registration

                      and Disciplinary Commission Professionalism

                      Seminar within one (1) year of the Court's final

                      order of discipline.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Caryn H. Nadenbush shall reimburse the

                      Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from her

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25623 ‑ In re: Dwight Lee Shoemaker. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The motion by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to

                      approve and confirm the report and recommendation

                      of the Hearing Board is allowed, and respondent

                      Dwight Lee Shoemaker is suspended from the

                      practice of law for thirty (30) days and until he

                      makes restitution to the residual beneficiaries of

                      the Olga Lowry Estate, or their successors in

                      interest, in the amount of their proportional

                      share of $21,850.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Dwight Lee Shoemaker shall reimburse

                      the Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25644 ‑ In re: Monica Lee Willis.  Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The Administrator of the Attorney Registration

                      and Disciplinary Commission having filed an

                      answer excepting to the petition of Monica Lee

                      Willis for restoration to active status pursuant

                      to Supreme Court Rule 759, the petition and

                      answer are referred to the Hearing Board which

                      shall hear the matter.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25670 ‑ In re: Hala Souman. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Hala Souman

                      is suspended from the practice of law for five (5)

                      months.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Hala Souman shall reimburse the Client

                      Protection Program Trust Fund for any Client

                      Protection payments arising from her conduct prior

                      to the termination of the period of suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25671 ‑ In re: Barry Allan Footlick. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Barry Allan

                      Footlick is suspended from the practice of law for

                      six (6) months and until he pays restitution to

                      the law firm of Sanford Kahn, Ltd. in the amount

                      of $2,400.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Barry Allan Footlick shall reimburse

                      the Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25672 ‑ In re: Joseph R. Pigato. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Joseph R.

                      Pigato is suspended from the practice of law for

                      thirty (30) days.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Joseph R. Pigato shall reimburse the

                      Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25673 ‑ In re: Kevin J. Barry. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Kevin J.

                      Barry is suspended from the practice of law for

                      sixty (60) days.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Kevin J. Barry shall reimburse the

                      Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25676 ‑ In re: Everett Walton. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent Everett

                      Walton, who has been disciplined in the States of

                      Hawaii and Oregon, is reprimanded in the State of

                      Illinois.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25677 ‑ In re: Leslie Gayle Spira. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent Leslie Gayle

                      Spira, who has been disciplined in the State of

                      Arizona, is reprimanded in the State of Illinois.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25678 ‑ In re: Daniel James Briegel. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent Daniel James

                      Briegel, who has been disciplined in the State of

                      Missouri, is suspended from the practice of law in

                      the State of Illinois for two (2) years and until

                      further order of the Court, with the suspension

                      stayed in its entirety by a three (3) year period

                      of probation, subject to the same conditions

                      imposed by the Supreme Court of Missouri.

 

                      Respondent Daniel James Briegel shall reimburse

                      the Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension/probation.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25679 ‑ In re: Steve Anthony Kubiatowski. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Steve

                      Anthony Kubiatowski is suspended from the practice

                      of law for one (1) year and until further order of

                      the Court.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25694 ‑ In re: Theodore Lajuan Durham. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The motion by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to

                      approve and confirm the report and recommendation

                      of the Hearing Board is allowed, and respondent

                      Theodore Lajuan Durham is suspended from the

                      practice of law for one (1) year and until further

                      order of the Court.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25702 ‑ In re: G. Ronald Kesinger. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by respondent G. Ronald Kesinger for

                      leave to file exceptions to the report and

                      recommendation of the Review Board is denied.

                      Respondent is suspended from the practice of law

                      for six (6) months and the Administrator of the

                      Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission

                      is directed to closely monitor respondent's

                      compliance with Supreme Court Rule 764, as

                      recommended by the Review Board.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent G. Ronald Kesinger shall reimburse the

                      Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from his

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25712 ‑ In re: Gerald Laurence Gold. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Gerald

                      Laurence Gold is suspended from the practice of

                      law for three (3) years and until further order of

                      the Court, with the suspension stayed after six

                      (6) months and until respondent successfully

                      completes the terms of his criminal sentence,

                      including parole and probation, by a two (2) year

                      period of disciplinary probation subject to the

                      following conditions:

 

 

                         a. Respondent shall abstain from the usage of

                      alcohol and any unprescribed controlled

                      substances;

 

                         b. Respondent shall, as required by the

                      Administrator, submit to random substance testing

                      by a qualified mental health professional or

                      facility approved by the Administrator, within

                      eight (8) hours of receiving notice by the

                      Administrator that he shall submit to the testing.

                      The results of the tests shall be reported to the

                      Administrator.  Respondent shall pay any and all

                      costs of such testing;

 

                         c. Respondent shall attend meetings as

                      scheduled by the Commission probation officer.

                      Respondent shall submit quarterly written reports

                      to the Commission probation officer concerning the

                      status of his practice of law and the nature and

                      extent of his compliance with the conditions of

                      probation;

 

                         d. Respondent shall participate in a 12‑step

                      program such as Alcoholics Anonymous, by attending

                      at least three (3) meetings per week for one (1)

                      year, and two (2) meetings per week for the second

                      year.  Respondent is to maintain a log of his

                      attendance at the meetings and submit it to the

                      Administrator with his quarterly reports;

 

                         e. Respondent shall maintain a sponsor in the

                      12‑step program and shall provide the name,

                      address and telephone number of the sponsor to the

                      Administrator within fourteen (14) days of being

                      placed on probation.  Respondent shall request

                      that the sponsor communicate with the

                      Administrator in writing on a quarterly basis

                      regarding respondent's participation and progress

                      in the 12‑step program and report any lapses in

                      sobriety or usage of unprescribed controlled

                      substances to the Administrator within seventy‑two

                      (72) hours of his knowledge of that usage;

 

                         f. Respondent shall participate in a course of

                      treatment with a licensed alcohol counselor or

                      other alcohol counseling program acceptable to the

                      Administrator, such as those administered by the

                      Lawyer's Assistance Program, once a week for the

                      first year, and bi‑weekly for the second year, and

                      shall comply with all treatment recommendations of

                      the counselor;

 

                         g. Respondent shall provide the counselor with

                      appropriate releases authorizing those treating

                      professionals or counselors to (1) disclose to the

                      Administrator on at least a quarterly basis

                      information pertinent to the nature of

                      respondent's compliance with any treatment plan;

                      (2) promptly report to the Administrator

                      respondent's failure to comply with the plan; and

                      (3) respond to any inquiries by the Administrator

                      regarding respondent's mental or emotional state

                      or compliance with the treatment plan;

 

                         h. Respondent shall report to the Administrator

                      any lapse in his sobriety or usage of any

                      unprescribed controlled substances within

                      seventy‑two (72) hours of that usage;

 

                         i. Respondent shall comply with the provisions

                      of Article VII of the Illinois Supreme Court Rules

                      on Admission and Discipline of Attorneys and the

                      Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and shall

                      timely cooperate with the Administrator in

                      providing information regarding any investigations

                      relating to his conduct;

 

                         j. Respondent shall reimburse the Commission

                      for the costs of this proceeding as defined in

                      Supreme Court Rule 773 and shall reimburse the

                      Commission for any further costs incurred during

                      the period of probation;

 

                         k. At least thirty (30) days prior to the

                      termination of the period of probation, respondent

                      shall reimburse the Client Protection Program

                      Trust Fund for any Client Protection payments

                      arising from his conduct;

 

                         l. Respondent shall notify the Administrator

                      within seven (7) days of any arrest or charge

                      alleging his violation of any criminal or

                      quasi‑criminal statute or ordinance;

 

                         m. Respondent shall notify the Administrator

                      within fourteen (14) days of any change of

                      address; and

 

                         n. Probation shall be revoked if respondent is

                      found to have violated any of the terms of

                      probation.  The three (3) year period of

                      suspension shall commence from the date of the

                      determination that any term of probation has been

                      violated and shall continue until further order of

                      the Court.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25713 ‑ In re: Philip William Collins III. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Philip

                      William Collins III is suspended from the practice

                      of law for sixty (60) days and until further order

                      of the Court, with the suspension stayed in its

                      entirety by a three (3) year period of probation,

                      subject to the following conditions:

 

                         a. Respondent shall abstain from the usage of

                      any and all cannabis, alcohol, illegal drugs, and

                      non‑prescribed controlled substances;

 

                         b. Respondent shall attend meetings as

                      scheduled by the Commission probation officer and

                      shall submit quarterly written reports to the

                      Commission probation officer concerning the status

                      of his practice of law and the nature and extent

                      of his compliance with the conditions of

                      probation;

 

                         c. Respondent shall, upon request by the

                      Administrator, submit to random substance testing

                      by a mental health professional or facility

                      approved by the Administrator, within eight (8)

                      hours of receiving notice by the Administrator

                      that he shall submit to the testing.  The results

                      of the tests shall be reported to the

                      Administrator.  Respondent shall pay any and all

                      costs of such testing;

 

                         d. Respondent shall continue to participate in

                      Alcoholics Anonymous or other 12‑step program

                      approved by the Administrator by attending at

                      least two (2) meetings per week.  Respondent is to

                      maintain a log of his attendance at the meetings

                      and submit it to the Administrator with the

                      quarterly reports required in sub‑paragraph (b),

                      above;

 

                         e. Respondent shall maintain a sponsor in the

                      12‑step program.  Respondent shall provide the

                      name, address and telephone number of the sponsor

                      to the Administrator within fourteen (14) days of

                      being placed on probation;

 

                         f. Respondent shall be responsible for ensuring

                      that the sponsor communicates with the

                      Administrator, in writing, on a quarterly basis

                      regarding respondent's participation and progress

                      in the 12‑step program, including any lapses in

                      sobriety or usage of cannabis or any

                      non‑prescribed controlled substances or illegal

                      drugs;

 

                         g. Respondent shall report any lapses in his

                      sobriety or usage of cannabis or any

                      non‑prescribed controlled substance or illegal

                      drug to the Administrator within seventy‑two (72)

                      hours of that usage;

 

                         h. Respondent shall notify the Administrator

                      within fourteen (14) days of any change of

                      address, any change in treatment professionals,

                      12‑step programs, or 12‑step program sponsors;

 

                         i. Respondent shall participate in a course of

                      treatment with a psychotherapist and an addiction

                      counselor acceptable to the Administrator and

                      shall comply with all treatment recommendations of

                      the psychotherapist and counselor.  The frequency

                      and duration of treatment shall be determined by

                      the psychotherapist, the addiction counselor and

                      respondent;

 

                         j. Respondent shall provide his therapist and

                      addiction counselor with appropriate releases

                      authorizing those treating professionals to (1)

                      disclose to the Administrator on at least a

                      quarterly basis information pertinent to the

                      nature of respondent's compliance with any

                      treatment plan; (2) promptly report to the

                      Administrator respondent's failure to comply with

                      the plan; and (3) respond to any inquiries by the

                      Administrator regarding respondent's mental or

                      emotional state or compliance with the treatment

                      plan;

 

                         k. Respondent shall comply with the Illinois

                      Rules of Professional Conduct and shall timely

                      cooperate with the Administrator in providing

                      information regarding any investigations relating

                      to his conduct;

 

                         l. Respondent's practice of law shall be

                      supervised by a licensed attorney acceptable to

                      the Administrator, and respondent shall provide

                      the name and address of that attorney to the

                      Administrator.  Respondent shall authorize the

                      supervising attorney to provide a report in

                      writing to the Administrator, no less than once

                      every quarter, regarding the nature of

                      respondent's work, the number of cases being

                      handled by respondent, and the supervisor's

                      general appraisal of respondent's continued

                      fitness to practice law;

 

                         m. Respondent shall reimburse the Commission

                      for the costs of this proceeding as defined in

                      Supreme Court Rule 773 and shall reimburse the

                      Commission for any further costs incurred during

                      the period of probation;

 

                         n. Within the first six (6) months of being

                      placed on probation, respondent shall attend and

                      successfully complete the Attorney Registration

                      and Disciplinary Commission Professionalism

                      Seminar;

 

                         o. Probation shall be revoked if respondent is

                      found to have violated any of the terms of

                      probation.  The sixty (60) day period of

                      suspension shall commence from the date of the

                      determination that any term of probation has been

                      violated and shall continue until further order of

                      the Court; and

 

                         p. Probation shall terminate without further

                      order of Court provided that respondent complies

                      with the above conditions.

 

                      Respondent Philip William Collins III shall

                      reimburse the Client Protection Program Trust Fund

                      for any Client Protection payments arising from

                      his conduct prior to the termination of the period

                      of suspension/probation.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25714 ‑ In re: Robert Stuart Pinzur. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Robert

                      Stuart Pinzur is censured and required to

                      successfully complete the Attorney Registration

                      and Disciplinary Commission Professionalism

                      Seminar within one (1) year of the entry of the

                      Court's final order of discipline.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25715 ‑ In re: David G. Stokes. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent David G.

                      Stokes, who has been disciplined in the State of

                      Wisconsin, is disbarred in the State of Illinois.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25738 ‑ In re: Kevin Gerard Nedved. Disciplinary

                      Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Kevin

                      Gerard Nedved is suspended from the practice of

                      law for two (2) years and until further order of

                      the Court, with the suspension stayed after six

                      (6) months by a two (2) year period of probation

                      subject to the following conditions:

 

                         a. Respondent shall, within the first ninety

                      (90) days of entry of the Court's order, enroll in

                      a law office management program sponsored by or

                      through the Cook County, Chicago or other Bar

                      Association and shall upon enrollment notify the

                      Administrator, in writing, of the name of the

                      attorney with whom respondent is assigned to work.

                      Respondent shall successfully complete the law

                      office management program at least thirty (30)

                      days prior to the end of the probation term;

 

                         b. Respondent shall authorize the attorney

                      assigned to work with him in the law office

                      management program to: (1) disclose to the

                      Administrator on a quarterly basis, by way of

                      signed reports, information pertaining to the

                      nature of respondent's compliance with the law

                      office management program and the above‑described

                      conditions; (2) promptly report to the

                      Administrator respondent's failure to comply with

                      any part of the above-described conditions; and

                      (3) respond to any inquiries by the Administrator

                      regarding respondent's compliance with the above-

                      described conditions;

 

                         c. Respondent shall attend meetings scheduled

                      by the Commission probation officer as requested

                      by the Administrator.  Respondent shall submit

                      quarterly written reports to the Administrator

                      concerning the status of his practice of law and

                      the nature and extent of his compliance with the

                      conditions of probation;

 

                         d. Respondent shall attend and successfully

                      complete the ARDC Professionalism Seminar within

                      the first year of probation, if not previously

                      completed.  If respondent has previously completed

                      the seminar, he shall provide a copy of the

                      certificate of completion within thirty (30) days

                      of the entry of this order;

 

                         e. Respondent shall abstain from the usage of

                      any and all alcohol and all unprescribed

                      controlled substances;

 

                         f. Respondent shall, upon request by the

                      Administrator, submit to random substance testing

                      by a mental health professional or facility

                      approved by the Administrator, within eight (8)

                      hours of receiving notice by the Administrator

                      that he shall submit to the testing.  The result

                      of the tests shall be reported to the

                      Administrator.  Respondent shall pay any and all

                      costs of such testing;

 

                         g. Respondent shall participate in Alcoholics

                      Anonymous or other 12‑step program geared towards

                      professionals and approved by the Administrator by

                      attending at least one (1) meeting per week.

                      Respondent is to maintain a log of his attendance

                      at the meetings and submit it to the Administrator

                      with his quarterly reports;

 

                         h. Respondent shall maintain a sponsor in the

                      12‑step program.  Respondent shall provide the

                      name, address and telephone number of the sponsor

                      to the Administrator within fourteen (14) days of

                      being placed on probation;

 

                         i. Respondent shall be responsible for ensuring

                      that the sponsor communicates with the

                      Administrator, in writing, every three (3) months

                      regarding respondent's participation and progress,

                      including any lapse in sobriety or usage of

                      controlled substances or illegal drugs;

 

                         j. Respondent shall report any lapse in

                      sobriety or usage of a nonprescribed controlled

                      substance or illegal drug to the Administrator

                      within seventy‑two (72) hours of that usage;

 

                         k. Respondent shall notify the Administrator

                      within fourteen (14) days of any change of

                      address, and any change in treatment

                      professionals, 12‑step programs, or 12‑step

                      program sponsor;

 

                         l. Respondent shall participate in a course of

                      treatment for at least a year with a licensed

                      substance abuse therapist acceptable to the

                      Administrator.  Respondent shall meet with the

                      therapist at least biweekly for the first six (6)

                      months of treatment and at least monthly for the

                      final six (6) months.  Respondent shall comply

                      with all treatment recommendations of the

                      therapist;

 

                         m. Respondent shall provide to his therapist an

                      appropriate release authorizing the treating

                      professional to: (1) disclose to the Administrator

                      on at least a quarterly basis information

                      pertinent to the nature of respondent's compliance

                      with any treatment plan; (2) promptly report to

                      the Administrator respondent's failure to comply

                      with the plan; and (3) respond to any inquiries by

                      the Administrator regarding respondent's mental or

                      emotional state or compliance with the treatment

                      plan;

 

                         n. Respondent shall comply with all treatment

                      recommendations of Patricia Meaden, Ph.D., and Dr.

                      Michael Denison, M.D., or such other qualified

                      psychologist/psychiatrist, including taking

                      medications, if prescribed;

 

                         o. Respondent shall provide to Dr. Meaden, Dr.

                      Michael Denison and/or such other health

                      professional an appropriate release authorizing

                      the treating professional: (1) to disclose to the

                      Administrator on a quarterly basis information

                      pertaining to the nature of and respondent's

                      compliance with any treatment plan established

                      with respect to respondent's condition; (2) to

                      promptly report to the Administrator respondent's

                      failure to comply with any part of an established

                      treatment plan; and (3) to respond to any specific

                      inquiries by the Administrator regarding

                      respondent's mental or emotional state or

                      compliance with any established treatment plan;

 

                         p. Respondent shall notify the Administrator

                      within fourteen (14) days of any change in

                      treatment professionals;

 

                         q. At least thirty (30) days prior to the

                      termination of the period of probation, respondent

                      shall reimburse the Client Protection Program

                      Trust Fund for any Client Protection payments

                      arising from his conduct;

 

                         r. Respondent shall comply with the Illinois

                      Rules of Professional Conduct and shall timely

                      cooperate with the Administrator in providing

                      information regarding any investigations relating

                      to his conduct;

 

                         s. Respondent shall reimburse the Commission

                      for the costs of this proceeding as defined in

                      Supreme Court Rule 773 and shall reimburse the

                      Commission for any further costs incurred during

                      the period of probation;

 

                         t. Probation shall be revoked if respondent is

                      found to have violated any of the terms of his

                      probation.  The remaining period of suspension

                      shall commence from the date of the determination

                      that any term of probation has been violated and

                      shall continue until further order of the Court;

                      and

 

                         u. Probation shall terminate without further

                      order of the Court provided that respondent

                      complies with the above conditions.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25740 ‑ In re: Barry M. Orlyn. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      reciprocal discipline pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 763 is allowed, and respondent Barry M.

                      Orlyn, who has been disciplined in the State of

                      California, is disbarred in the State of Illinois.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25741 ‑ In re: Lisa M. Crawford. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Lisa M.

                      Crawford is suspended from the practice of law for

                      six (6) months.

 

                      Suspension effective February 8, 2013.

 

                      Respondent Lisa M. Crawford shall reimburse the

                      Client Protection Program Trust Fund for any

                      Client Protection payments arising from her

                      conduct prior to the termination of the period of

                      suspension.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25774 ‑ In re: John Wesley Wyatt. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent John Wesley

                      Wyatt is censured.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.

 

 

M.R.25775 ‑ In re: Tammy Lynn Norek. Disciplinary Commission.

 

                      The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney

                      Registration and Disciplinary Commission to impose

                      discipline on consent pursuant to Supreme Court

                      Rule 762(b) is allowed, and respondent Tammy Lynn

                      Norek is censured.

 

                      Order entered by the Court.