Judge

Lynne A. Battaglia

Retired Judge, Court of Appeals of Maryland

Title Date Decided Ruling
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. CONWELL January 23, 2019 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. STEINHORN December 20, 2018 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GRACEY May 20, 2016 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RAND (RAND III) December 22, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BARTON March 2, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. MIXTER February 2, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. HODES December 23, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BERRY February 26, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. WORTHY January 30, 2014 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. O'LEARY July 10, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. JONATHAN SPERLING July 5, 2013 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. LEVIN, Robert July 2, 2013 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. FADER May 6, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. PENN April 25, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. CHAPMAN February 11, 2013 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RAND (RAND II) December 21, 2012 Other Rulings
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. DOMINGUEZ July 2, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. VAN NELSON March 27, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SELTZER December 21, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. MAIGNAN October 28, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. STERN May 3, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. COPPOLA April 29, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. LARA March 4, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. THAXTON July 28, 2010 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BLEECKER May 12, 2010 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GORDON March 16, 2010 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. FOLTZ November 13, 2009 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GARCIA August 28, 2009 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GISRIEL June 18, 2009 Disbarment
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