||The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania transferred Respondent to inactive status pursuant to Rule 111(b) of the Pennsylvania Rules for Continuing Legal Education for failure to comply with Continuing Legal Education Requirements. The effective date of the transfer was August 25, 2005.
Despite knowing she had been transferred to inactive status, Respondent continued to represent clients in a civil matter in the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County. In particular, Respondent personally took the deposition of two witnesses at her law office. Respondent continued to use letterhead indentifying herself as licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Respondent filed pleadings and other legal documents; represented herself to clients, judges, court personnel and third parties as a lawyer; had contact with clients or their representatives; rendered legal consultation or advice to a client; and negotiated or transacted a matter for or on behalf of a client with third parties and had contact with third parties regarding such negotiations or transaction.
||5.5(a), 7.1, 8.4(c), 8.4(d), Pa.R.D.E. 203(b)(3), 217(a), 217(b), 217(c)(1), 217(c)(2), 217(d), 217(e), 217(j)(1), 217(j)(2), 217(j)(3), and 217(j)(4)