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Fisher's Application to US Bankruptcy Court

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Fisher explained that after speaking with another attorney about the matter, he decided that disclosure of the public reprimand was not necessary. Fisher advised that he had filed the Application in haste at the request of a client. Fisher explained that he had wanted to avoid drawing attention to the disciplinary action taken by the Virginia State Bar. Fisher contended that he did not mislead the Court by failing to make the disclosure requested in the Application because the reprimand was public. Fisher argued that, as the reprimand had come from an agency of the Supreme Court of Virginia, and not from the Supreme Court itself, there had been no action in “any court” pertaining to his conduct or fitness. Accordingly, he concluded that disclosure of the reprimand
was not technically required.

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Fisher's Application to US Bankruptcy Court

  1. 1. Case 15-00301-KRH Doc 2 Filed 04/02/15 Entered 04/02/15 09:50:02 Desc Main Document Page 1 of 1

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