Board of Overseers of the Bar v. Timothy M. Concannon
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Docket No.: BAR-13-24
Issued by: Maine Supreme Judicial Court
Date: December 9, 2013
Respondent: Timothy M. Concannon
Bar Number: 004951
Disposition/Conduct: Disabled Attorney
ORDER OF SUSPENSION M. Bar R. 7.3(e)(2)(B)
By filing dated November 25, 2013 the Board of Overseers of the Bar (the Board) petitioned this Court for an immediate Order suspending Timothy M. Concannon for disability-related reasons from the practice of law in the State of Maine. Included with the Board’s Petition was an Affidavit of Assistant Bar Counsel.
For good cause shown by the Board, Timothy M. Concannon appears to be a disabled attorney; as a result, he has committed violations of the Maine Rules of Professional Conduct, thereby serving as a threat to clients, the public and to the administration of justice. The Court finds that Attorney Concannon’s actions constitute violations of M. R. of Prof. Conduct 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.4; 1.15(f); 8.1(b) and 8.4(a)(c)(d).
Accordingly, this Court ORDERS that Timothy M. Concannon be suspended from the practice of law in Maine until further Order of this Court.
The Court further ORDERS that the Affidavit of Assistant Bar Counsel in this matter be sealed and impounded pending further Order of this Court.
Jon D. Levy, Associate Justice
Maine Supreme Judicial Court