The Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Granoff Can Help You with Your Illinois ARDC Defense
When an attorney in the state of Illinois is accused of wrong-doing or unethical conduct, a complaint may be filed against them with the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC). The ARDC investigates the complaint and decides whether or not the accused attorney will be formally charged with misconduct. The Illinois Supreme Court ultimately determines the appropriate course of action. You may be subject to censure, or could even lose your law license. Because the ARDC can effectively determine your ability to practice law in the state of Illinois, it is important that you have a dependable resource for Illinois ARDC defense in the event you are accused of wrongful conduct. Who do lawyers and other professionals turn to for help with a Chicago professional misconduct defense? The Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Granoff routinely represents lawyers and other professionals related to disciplinary defense.
One of the most essential things to consider when looking for representation is is to find someone with extensive experience and knowledge of the policies and practices of the ARDC. Just as you would seek out the opinion of a doctor who concentrates in that field over a general practitioner for a specific problem, you should approach finding an attorney in the same manner. Elizabeth A. Granoff concentrates her practice to ethical defense of professionals, including lawyers. She spent almost ten years as a Staff Attorney at the ARDC. She has an intimate knowledge of the intricacies of disciplinary law and knows how to defend against ARDC complaints. Similarly, other professionals such as those in health care may also require an attorney who primarily handles Illinois professional misconduct defense cases. As a legal or health care professional, if a claim is made against you, you are defending not only your livelihood, but also your professional and personal reputation, and you want to be sure you have the best representation possible.
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