"I do not accept potentially fraudulent documents over the internet you already LSBC busted muttdog. You will prepare hard copies and deliver them to my address for service AND have them available for pick-up at your office at a time of my choosing.
Second Notice and there will not be a THIRD you bankrupt, busted PoS mutt. Errr is that "discharged" bankrupt?"
|Discipline Digest - Benchers' Bulletin On February 17, 2006, Galambos attended before Master Barber in Supreme Court Chambers to speak to the short leave application. Prior to leaving the office for court, Galambos asked a legal secretary if the defendant had been served. She told Galambos that the defendant had been served, but the process server had not yet provided an affidavit of service. He did not ask which documents had been served on the defendant.|
During his submissions in the short leave application, Galambos represented to the court that the notice of motion and supporting affidavit had been served on the defendant. The master granted the short leave application. Immediately after the application, Galambos’ associate advised him that the notice of motion and affidavit had not been served. Galambos did not return to court to advise that his representation was not accurate.
The panel accepted Galambos’ admission that his conduct on February 17, 2006 had the effect of misleading the court, and found him guilty of professional misconduct.