Mandelman Speaks at California State Bar’s Annual Discipline Hearings

Mandelman Speaks at California State Bar’s Annual Discipline Hearings

Here’s what the California State Bar’s announcement said:

The State Bar will hold its annual hearings this month for the public or lawyers to make proposals or offer comments about attorney disciplinary procedures, attorney competency and admissions procedures. The first hearing will begin at 10 a.m. Dec. 7 in the bar’s San Francisco offices at 180 Howard St. (fourth floor). The Los Angeles hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. Dec. 13 at 1149 South Hill St. (seventh floor).

So… I appeared before the panel of attorneys to speak about how the State Bar has been handling SB 94 and how I believe the bar should be handling things related to the foreclosure crisis and lawyers representing homeowners who are seeking loan modifications. On the panel were attorneys Lowell Carruth, Colin Wong, Randall Difuntorum and the new OCTC, Jayne Kim.

Off the record, I was told by the others in attendance that… “I killed it.”

I began by offering some of the most current foreclosure crisis statistics for the State of California, as follows:

Check out how it went here…

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One Response to “Mandelman Speaks at California State Bar’s Annual Discipline Hearings”
  1. Pamela Edwards says:

    California has always been a slow on the uptake,even with all the glitter and glamour.You can’t spritz or tan your way out.Don’t they get that?

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