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Articles by Laura Tonch, Former Senior Staff Writer/Ethics

Laura Tonch, Former Senior Staff Writer/Ethics
About Laura Tonch, Former Senior Staff Writer/Ethics (18 Articles)
Laura Tonch served as the Ethics Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she earned a degree in General Business with a concentration in Pre-Law and a minor in Psychology. After her first year of law school, Laura studied abroad in Vienna, Austria to study Comparative Civil Liberties through Wake Forest University School of Law. She interned for the NC Department of Justice, Transportation Section during the summer of 2014. Laura graduated from Campbell Law School in May 2015.
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05.22.2014 Reprimand [Wake County]

August 20, 2014

On May 22, 2014, the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar reprimanded Thomas D. Blue, Jr. (“Blue”), for violations of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct. In August 2013, a new assistant reconciling the firm’s trust account discovered a bookkeeping error made by ...[Continue Reading]

06.20.2014 Reprimand [Forsyth County]

August 20, 2014

On June 20, 2014, the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar reprimanded Kristen N. Comerford (“Comerford”).  Comerford’s former employer previously filed a grievance against her after learning that she had falsified multiple entries in the firm’s document review software.  ...[Continue Reading]

02.20.2014 Reprimand [Onslow County]

August 20, 2014

On February 20, 2014, the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar reprimanded Stephanie L. Villaver (“Villaver”) after determining that her Internet conduct violated several provisions of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct. Villaver posted an Internet advertisement ...[Continue Reading]

02.24.2014 Reprimand [Forsyth County]

July 18, 2014

Antoinette L. Van-Riel violated numerous rules after being hired to represent M. K. in separation and divorce proceedings.  Van-Riel violated Rule 1.4 of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct for failing to respond to M. K.’s calls and requests for information.  She also ...[Continue Reading]
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