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Law360's The Week In Discipline

Law360 (May 16, 2019, 8:47 PM EDT) -- An Oregon attorney accused of using client cash to pay for big game hunting excursions and a Tennessee lawyer with a “chilling” contingency fee deal lead Law360's The Week In Discipline, which compiles sanctions and conduct charges that may have flown under the radar.

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Portland personal injury lawyer and hunting enthusiast Lori E. Deveny pled not guilty this week to a 24-count federal indictment accusing her of ripping off clients for nearly a decade.

According to the charges, Deveny “systematically” drained insurance settlement money from client trust accounts since 2011 and forged client signatures on settlement agreements, among other misdeeds....

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