Four O.C. attorneys disbarred by the state

Throughout the month of February, 4 Orange Region attorneys were disbarred by the State Bar of California as an outcome of transgression.

The state bar supplied the adhering to descriptions for the corrective action:

Dean Robert Kitano, 64, Santa Ana: He was disbarred Feb. 19 for cannot report a fraud against him, making incorrect depictions, looking for to deceive a judge or monetary police officer and participated in acts involving ethical debasement.

ING Radiology Medical Center, a company he produced, became part of a 50-50 collaboration with Mir Akhorli to produce an MRI center in Long Coastline.

Akhorli participated in an additional 50-50 partnership for the same center. The new companion ultimately desired to offer but Akhorli would certainly not market his share. Akhorli was likewise sued by a capitalist of an additional MRI facility and also the Long Beach MRI center was closed down because of this. Kitano asserted ING, not Akhorli, was the co-owner.

It was the very first time the new partner found out about ING’& rsquo; s participation. Kitano was discovered accountable for breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulence by cover-up, scams by intentional misrepresentation as well as an infraction of the Attire Transfer Act. A charms court reversed the violation of fiduciary finding.

Robert G. Scurrah Jr., 69, Tustin: He was disbarred Feb 4. and also billed with not submitting a declaration of conformity, needed as a result of a previous suspension for accumulating upfront charges in nine financing modification concerns. The State Bar Court found that he violated a customer defense regulation forbiding advance fees for those solutions.

Rachelle Shalom Visconte, 45, Rancho Santa Margarita: She was disbarred Feb. 4 after two criminal sentences that consisted of property of an abused substance and of medication stuff, making a make believe check, theft, possession of a completed contact intent to rip off and also identification theft.

Lawrence Allan Moy, 50, Irvine: He was disbarred Feb. 10 due to the fact that he participated in misconduct in five accident instances. In one, he misused $33,333 in negotiation funds in his client’& rsquo; s trust account as well as cannot give him an accounting of $50,000 in settlement proceeds.

In other issues, he did not preserve customer negotiation profits, misused money, did not communicate with clients and combined personal funds in a customer’& rsquo; s trust account. He was ordered to pay $48,649 plus interest.

Two local attorneys were put on hold or put on probation in February. They were:

  • William West Seegmiller (66, Newport Beach)
  • Scott Bunker Hayward (57, Santa Ana)

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