Former Cozen O'Connor Atty Suspended For Improper Billing

Law360, New York (November 8, 2012, 10:58 PM EST) -- A New York appeals court on Thursday suspended a former Cozen O'Connor attorney from practicing law after he admitted in January to charging a client of another law firm that he had previously worked at for his personal travel expenses.

John D. Horenstein, who told the Appellate Division of New York Supreme Court's disciplinary committee that he resigned from that firm for making the allegedly fraudulent billing to its client, had billed for more than $40,000 for six personal trips to Dallas, according to the committee....
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