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Legal Ethics and Attorney Grievances

Helping South Florida Attorneys

The Fort Lauderdale professional conduct attorneys at SG have advised lawyers on ethics issues, defended attorneys against disciplinary charges, and helped lawyers with problems concerning admission or reinstatement to the State Bar of Florida. Attorney Randy Brombacher formerly worked for the State Bar and has accumulated a vast amount of experience representing clients in attorney discipline and legal ethics proceedings.  When you are facing professional discipline, including suspension of your Florida law license, increase your chances of a positive outcome by enlisting the assistance of experienced legal ethics counsel.

Our South Florida law firm advises and defends lawyers accused of misconduct anywhere in the state of Florida. SG can advise attorneys on ethics and professional license protection matters ranging from trust account management to the implications of a chemical dependency problem or DUI conviction.

For additional information about our ability to help resolve your ethics problem or rules question, contact us for dependable advice that reflects more than 20 years of experience.

Has your Florida attorney performed legal malpractice?

Legal malpractice is commonly defined as negligence, breach of contract, or breach of fiduciary duty by an attorney.  If you believe that your legal matter has been mishandled or misrepresented in a way that has resulted in harm to you, please contact our South Florida office immediately for legal representation.

Attorney’s actions can jeopardize your case. While everyone acknowledges that mistakes happen, professional misconduct and attorney negligence is inexcusable.  The South Florida attorneys of SG are dedicated to helping people who have suffered significant financial losses due to their attorneys’ conduct in the South Florida area.

Some common examples of legal malpractice claims include the following:

  • Ethical rules violations
  • Conflict of interest
  • Failure to obtain a client's consent
  • Failure to follow a client's instructions
  • Inadequate investigations
  • Failure to know the law
  • Allowing the statute of limitations to lapse