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Did I forget about this???

 
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Lawyer Regulation

Rules Regulating The Florida Bar

4 RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
4-8 MAINTAINING THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROFESSION

RULE 4-8.4 MISCONDUCT

A lawyer shall not:

(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;

(b) commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer's honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer in other respects;

(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation, except that it shall not be professional misconduct for a lawyer for a criminal law enforcement agency or regulatory agency to advise others about or to supervise another in an undercover investigation, unless prohibited by law or rule, and it shall not be professional misconduct for a lawyer employed in a capacity other than as a lawyer by a criminal law enforcement agency or regulatory agency to participate in an undercover investigation, unless prohibited by law or rule;

(d) engage in conduct in connection with the practice of law that is prejudicial to the administration of justice, including to knowingly, or through callous indifference, disparage, humiliate, or discriminate against litigants, jurors, witnesses, court personnel, or other lawyers on any basis, including, but not limited to, on account of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, employment, or physical characteristic;

(e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law;

(f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law;

(g) fail to respond, in writing, to any official inquiry by bar counsel or a disciplinary agency, as defined elsewhere in these rules, when bar counsel or the agency is conducting an investigation into the lawyer's conduct. A written response shall be made:

    (1) within 15 days of the date of the initial written investigative inquiry by bar counsel, grievance committee, or board of governors;
    (2) within 10 days of the date of any follow-up written investigative inquiries by bar counsel, grievance committee, or board of governors;
    (3) within the time stated in any subpoena issued under these Rules Regulating The Florida Bar (without additional time allowed for mailing);
    (4) as provided in the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure or order of the referee in matters assigned to a referee; and
    (5) as provided in the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure or order of the Supreme Court of Florida for matters pending action by that court.

Except as stated otherwise herein or in the applicable rules, all times for response shall be calculated as provided elsewhere in these Rules Regulating The Florida Bar and may be extended or shortened by the inquirer upon good cause shown;

(h) willfully refuse, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction, to timely pay a child support obligation; or

(i) engage in sexual conduct with a client or a representative of a client that exploits or adversely affects the interests of the client or the lawyer-client relationship including, but not limited to:
    (1) requiring or demanding sexual relations with a client or a representative of a client incident to or as a condition of a legal representation;
    (2) employing coercion, intimidation, or undue influence in entering into sexual relations with a client or a representative of a client; or
    (3) continuing to represent a client if the lawyer’s sexual relations with the client or a representative of the client cause the lawyer to render incompetent representation.
Comment

Lawyers are subject to discipline when they violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another, as when they request or instruct an agent to do so on the lawyer's behalf. Subdivision (a), however, does not prohibit a lawyer from advising a client concerning action the client is legally entitled to take, provided that the client is not used to indirectly violate the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Many kinds of illegal conduct reflect adversely on fitness to practice law, such as offenses involving fraud and the offense of willful failure to file an income tax return. However, some kinds of offense carry no such implication. Traditionally, the distinction was drawn in terms of offenses involving "moral turpitude." That concept can be construed to include offenses concerning some matters of personal morality, such as adultery and comparable offenses, that have no specific connection to fitness for the practice of law. Although a lawyer is personally answerable to the entire criminal law, a lawyer should be professionally answerable only for offenses that indicate lack of those characteristics relevant to law practice. Offenses involving violence, dishonesty, or breach of trust or serious interference with the administration of justice are in that category. A pattern of repeated offenses, even ones of minor significance when considered separately, can indicate indifference to legal obligation.

A lawyer may refuse to comply with an obligation imposed by law upon a good faith belief that no valid obligation exists. The provisions of rule 4-1.2(d) concerning a good faith challenge to the validity, scope, meaning, or application of the law apply to challenges of legal regulation of the practice of law.

Subdivision (c) recognizes instances where lawyers in criminal law enforcement agencies or regulatory agencies advise others about or supervise others in undercover investigations, and provides an exception to allow the activity without the lawyer engaging in professional misconduct. The exception acknowledges current, acceptable practice of these agencies. Although the exception appears in this rule, it is also applicable to rules 4-4.1 and 4-4.3. However, nothing in the rule allows the lawyer to engage in such conduct if otherwise prohibited by law or rule.

Subdivision (d) of this rule proscribes conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice. Such proscription includes the prohibition against discriminatory conduct committed by a lawyer while performing duties in connection with the practice of law. The proscription extends to any characteristic or status that is not relevant to the proof of any legal or factual issue in dispute. Such conduct, when directed towards litigants, jurors, witnesses, court personnel, or other lawyers, whether based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, employment, physical characteristic, or any other basis, subverts the administration of justice and undermines the public's confidence in our system of justice, as well as notions of equality. This subdivision does not prohibit a lawyer from representing a client as may be permitted by applicable law, such as, by way of example, representing a client accused of committing discriminatory conduct.

Lawyers holding public office assume legal responsibilities going beyond those of other citizens. A lawyer's abuse of public office can suggest an inability to fulfill the professional role of attorney. The same is true of abuse of positions of private trust such as trustee, executor, administrator, guardian, or agent and officer, director, or manager of a corporation or other organization.

A lawyer's obligation to respond to an inquiry by a disciplinary agency is stated in subdivision (g) and rule 3-7.6(h)(2). While response is mandatory, the lawyer may deny the charges or assert any available privilege or immunity or interpose any disability that prevents disclosure of certain matter. A response containing a proper invocation thereof is sufficient under the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. This obligation is necessary to ensure the proper and efficient operation of the disciplinary system.

Subdivision (h) of this rule was added to make consistent the treatment of attorneys who fail to pay child support with the treatment of other professionals who fail to pay child support, in accordance with the provisions of section 61.13015, Florida Statutes. That section provides for the suspension or denial of a professional license due to delinquent child support payments after all other available remedies for the collection of child support have been exhausted. Likewise, subdivision (h) of this rule should not be used as the primary means for collecting child support, but should be used only after all other available remedies for the collection of child support have been exhausted. Before a grievance may be filed or a grievance procedure initiated under this subdivision, the court that entered the child support order must first make a finding of willful refusal to pay. The child support obligation at issue under this rule includes both domestic (Florida) and out-of-state (URESA) child support obligations, as well as arrearages.

Subdivision (i) proscribes exploitation of the client and the lawyer-client relationship by means of commencement of sexual conduct. The lawyer-client relationship is grounded on mutual trust. A sexual relationship that exploits that trust compromises the lawyer-client relationship. For purposes of this subdivision, client means an individual, or a representative of the client, including but not limited to a duly authorized constituent of a corporate or other non-personal entity, and lawyer refers only to the lawyer(s) engaged in the legal representation and not other members of the law firm.

[Revised: 05-22-2006 ]





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curious - loulourgas
yoo nick ,   how many florida bar complaints are there against you  ?

double digits i see  ,   your just a boy trying to fit as a man .

i see Barnes is the real man here

do you always screw your customers first , or do you wait for that golden moment .  just remember , KARMA  ,  what goes around , comes around

your day will come .  there will be no where for you to hide .
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hey ekonomides ,    every time you file paper for any client  , i will be sending to these people  ,  your deceptive practices , defrauding people out of their money , how you steal , lie , cheat .
 
i want to make sure your business model fails , and you as a scumbag ends up in the getto  , you lowlife  maget . hey i hear your marriage is on the rocks ,  can't wait to see the dissolution papers filed on you . you sorry a$$ attorney . i'm waiting for a good fight with you , so i can kick your sorry a$$ in front of everybody
 
loser  !  i hope everybody on this website  really understands what a scumbag attorney you really are .
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Wow, Nick is such a popular guy here!!  And we were all so impressed by him trying to trash Markie.

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4 Justice Now
Action,

While, I can understand your frustration and anger completely, I suggest that you might want to consider being a little less public when you choose to post something that has such personal content.

I believe there are only a few limited circumstances where one might actually be able to remain totally anonymous in their Internet posting.

I only mention this because I would simply hate to see anyone that has already been victimized get screwed again by one of the many weasels that appear to be so very plentiful around this site recently.  

R,

4J
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well i understand risk and accept it as well. until this scumbag attorney ekonomides goes down , i will always be a thorn in his a$$ , let him try and sue me , i won't go gentle into that good night .  let the games begin  !

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Who's on First?
I'm hearing that Clearwater Attorney Bruce Barnes has been contacted by some of Dicks OTHER unhappy clients.

Bruce Barnes is an attorney for Loulourgas, in Loulourgas v. Ekonomides in Pinellas County Fl.

Ekonomides is trying to have that case SEALED!
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Thank You!

 Thanks to Who ever it was that posted this thread.

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Deposing NonHumans




Deposing nonhumans: corporate representative depositions in Florida

Florida Bar JournalJan, 2005   by Andres Rivero,   Jorge A. Mestre

You represent the plaintiff in a complex commercial litigation case in Florida state court against a giant corporate defendant. You need to gather evidence at an early stage to push the case forward. The best way to begin to gather evidence is to pin down your corporate opponent's positions. How do you do it without having to guess whom to depose? The answer: Depose the corporate representative under Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.310(b)(6) and begin your discovery voyage. (1)

A Solution Is Born

Deposing nonhumans: corporate representative depositions in Florida | Florida Bar Journal | Find Articles at BNET
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Booyah
wahlah ,  Papa ekonomides gave junior a successful business , now papa regrets leaving junior at the wheel . junior has been nothing more than a screw up , since his teenage days . junior has alot to learn about not screwing people over .  when junior is found guilty in his most serious case , he will do prison time , his new roommates will really teach him what a good a$$ screwing is all about , without the vaseline .
 
booyah  !
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...F.Y.I...

David A Luczak
Member in Good Standing
    Eligible to practice in Florida

  
ID Number:-174670
Address:3233 E Bay Dr Ste 103
Largo, Florida 337711900
United States
Phone:727.5318989
Fax:727.5368185
E-Mail:david.luczak2@verizon.net

 

I contacted this attorney about Ekonomides, He said he might have to appear as a witness in a case that involves Eko. You might want to contact him....
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Sara

Who's on First? wrote:
I'm hearing that Clearwater Attorney Bruce Barnes has been contacted by some of Dicks OTHER unhappy clients.

Bruce Barnes is an attorney for Loulourgas, in Loulourgas v. Ekonomides in Pinellas County Fl.

Ekonomides is trying to have that case SEALED!


Oh yeah, he doesn't want everyone to know how Loulourgas got screwed or why.  And then comes the small problem of where all the money went and just who is responsible!

I'm sure any 1st year law student could win this suit with a minimal amount of effort!

"Oh the webs we weave, when we try to deceive"

 
S

 
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Sara
And look, Nicky even Twitters now  

http://twitter.com/NickTGWeb

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booyah
to you EKONOMIDES  .  OUR FATHER'S DAY  wish  to you ,  we hope you rot in HELL !  lose all of your money and go straight to jail

our founding fore fathers are rolling in their grave . our founding fathers claim was to represent the people for the people against thee same crooks like your self .


will come visit you in jail , you scum sucking pig !
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Sara
Oh Booyah...hon don't "sugar coat" your post.

Tell us how you really feel!
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4 Justice Now
action packed,
 
I'm glad to see that you are aware of the risk. And I truly wish you the very best of luck in your quest for justice.  After all, I've begun to wonder if any of our courts even know the meaning of the word these days.
 
R,
 
4J
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