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John J. Peck received a reprimand from the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar on February 24, 2014. The reprimand was based on Peck’s concurrent representation of two clients – one of whom was a personal friend – in the same loan transaction. According to the Grievance Committee, the dual representation caused Peck’s duty of loyalty to be materially limited. The conflict constitutes a violation of Rule 1.7 of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.
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About Tripp Huffstetler, Senior Staff Writer (57 Articles)
Tripp Huffstetler served as the Senior Ethics Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. He is originally from Cherryville, North Carolina. In 2011, Tripp graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy as well as Political Science. During his undergraduate studies, Tripp spent summers assisting at a practice in his hometown of Cherryville. During law school he interned with the Hon. Kris Bailey, District Court Judge; Judge Paige Phillips, Wake County Magistrate; the Hon. Paul C. Ridgeway, Superior Court Judge; and the Wake County District Attorney's Office. He also assisted a local attorney in drafting a guide to interlocutory appeals, which will be published by the North Carolina Bar Association. Tripp graduated from Campbell Law School in May 2014.