Longtime attorney agrees to 18-month ...

Longtime attorney agrees to 18-month suspension

There are 24 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Mar 11, 2008, titled Longtime attorney agrees to 18-month suspension. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

A longtime Pittsfield lawyer has agreed to an 18-month suspension of his law license, beginning April 14, in connection with what he asserted to the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers was an office employee's ...

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will

East Otis, MA

#47 Apr 26, 2014
Why didn't his son watch the money ??? He is an attorney

Why didn't a CPA watch it over the 6 years????

Does chemo and cancer last soooo long???
The Public Offender

Albany, NY

#48 Apr 27, 2014
ombudsman wrote:
I'm not a lawyer, but a few words of caution to those of you making some harsh statements about Atty. Fuster on this site.(I do not know him)
Some of the comments made on this topic, and others on the Topix website, could be considered libellous. That means defaming a person or persons, in print, and by publication.(Consult a dictionary/online dictionary for more detailed definition)
When you signed onto Topix, did you read the "Terms of Service" section? Most people ignore this section when signing onto most sites. Under the "Post Comment" button is a little blurb which says that once you click "Post Comment" you bind yourself to all the terms and conditions of the "Terms of Service". It's a detailed, wordy, document, but you should pay particular attention to two sections. The "Content" section spells out what you can/cannot post on Topix. The more important section is: "With Whom Does Topix Share Information". In a nutshell, this section says, that if a person feels that you have defamed him/her, he/she can sue you for libel, and Topix will reveal your personal identity if presented with a subpoena, court order, or other legal device, which requests your info., for legal proceedings.
Once you post a comment on the internet it becomes part of the public domain, there is a hard copy of it, and it is admissible in court, as a few of our idiot Congressmen found out, leaving e-mail trails that the prosecutors just loved to have.
So, be careful what you write, or you may need a lawyer-a different one from this thread.
You make the assumption that people on Topix can read? Have you seen the posts of some of these crackpots? Sue them? For what? maybe their food stamps?
cry me a river

Albany, NY

#49 Apr 27, 2014
ombudsman wrote:
I'm not a lawyer, but a few words of caution to those of you making some harsh statements about Atty. Fuster on this site.(I do not know him)
Some of the comments made on this topic, and others on the Topix website, could be considered libellous. That means defaming a person or persons, in print, and by publication.(Consult a dictionary/online dictionary for more detailed definition)
When you signed onto Topix, did you read the "Terms of Service" section? Most people ignore this section when signing onto most sites. Under the "Post Comment" button is a little blurb which says that once you click "Post Comment" you bind yourself to all the terms and conditions of the "Terms of Service". It's a detailed, wordy, document, but you should pay particular attention to two sections. The "Content" section spells out what you can/cannot post on Topix. The more important section is: "With Whom Does Topix Share Information". In a nutshell, this section says, that if a person feels that you have defamed him/her, he/she can sue you for libel, and Topix will reveal your personal identity if presented with a subpoena, court order, or other legal device, which requests your info., for legal proceedings.
Once you post a comment on the internet it becomes part of the public domain, there is a hard copy of it, and it is admissible in court, as a few of our idiot Congressmen found out, leaving e-mail trails that the prosecutors just loved to have.
So, be careful what you write, or you may need a lawyer-a different one from this thread.
Wow thanks like people didn't know that old news does travel slow but people do have a right to voice their opinions good or bad and most people do not like the bad news about themselves but it goes along with being a lair. If this attorney was so superior then the rest he would not have lost his license for 18 month so I think that tells you what kind of a person he really is on the inside a skunk! Do the crime do the time and having people talk goes with the crime!

Since: Sep 14

Framingham, MA

#50 Sep 25, 2014
yep wrote:
<quoted text>he's a piece of something..........
Lol, I know where you're going there.

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