LBR 2090-2. ATTORNEYS – DISCIPLINE AND DISBARMENT

LBR 2090-2. ATTORNEYS – DISCIPLINE AND DISBARMENT

(a) Standards of Conduct. An attorney who appears for any purpose in this court is subject to the standards of professional conduct set forth in Local Civil Rule 83-3.1.2 of the district court.
(b) Disciplinary Authority of Court. An attorney appearing in this court submits to the
discipline of the court. If a judge has cause to believe that an attorney has engaged in
unprofessional conduct, the judge may do one or more of the following:
(1) Initiate proceedings for civil or criminal contempt;
(2) Impose other appropriate sanctions;
(3) Refer the matter to the appropriate disciplinary authority of the state or jurisdiction
in which the attorney is licensed to practice; or
(4) Refer the matter pursuant to the procedures set forth in Local Civil Rule 83-3 of
the district court or General Order 96-05, Attorney Discipline Procedures in Bankruptcy Court.
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