Most unauthorized practice cases involve those who are not licensed in Illinois. Here, the respondent, Neil Jordan Greene, was licensed in Illinois but is charged with practicing in Indiana, where he was not licensed. The attorney got into trouble by performing collection work for an Indiana hospital. The ARDC alleges that his letterhead did not make it clear that he was not licensed in Indiana. He was charged with violations of Rule 5.5(a) (unauthorized practice of law) and 7.1 (misleading communications to Indiana residents that led them to believe he was a licensed attorney in that state).
ARDC Charges Lawyer With Unauthorized Practice in Indiana
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B.A. University of Chicago, 1988, J.D. Harvard Law School, 1991, Clerk to the Honorable Michael S. Kanne, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 1991-1992, Mayer Brown 1992-1996, Katten Muchin 1996-97, The Clinton Law Firm, 1997 -. I practice in the areas of commercial litigation, legal malpractice and legal ethics. View all posts by eclinton