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Ryan Christopher Rodems Bar Complaint No. 2012-10,734 (13E)

Ryan Christopher Rodems Bar Complaint No. 2012-10,734 (13E)

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Carl Montag v Ryan Christopher Rodems, File No. 2012-10,734 (13E)

The complaint makes the following accusations, in part:

Attorney Rodems' duty and/of obligation to ensure that due process is not short circuited or extinguished and gone by the wayside when the opposing party is pro se.

Gross & continual lack of communication, even from FIRST correspondence to Attorney Rodems. Attorney Rodems absolute refusal to directly communicate with Plaintiffs, after repeated requests, time after time, to discuss the pending legal action and to further the instant litigation along. Every portal of communication was used to communicate with Attorney
Rodems, to wit telephone calls, facsimile transmissions, emails and hand delivered correspondence from Plaintiffs. Attorney Rodems never would discuss any detail of the case

Non-cooperation of scheduling hearings on Plaintiffs' Motions and improperly setting his hearing down and not giving sufficient notice to Plaintiffs, etc.

Case law that Attorney Rodems submitted at court hearing to the Judge & Plaintiffs was NOT ON POINT specifically regarding his Motion to Dissolve lis Pendens.

Attorney Rodem's behavior & open disregard to Plaintiffs' legal right to be treated with courtesy and in a timely manner. Additionally, that Attorney Rodems did not afford Plaintiffs proper noticing of hearings, motions.
Carl Montag v Ryan Christopher Rodems, File No. 2012-10,734 (13E)

The complaint makes the following accusations, in part:

Attorney Rodems' duty and/of obligation to ensure that due process is not short circuited or extinguished and gone by the wayside when the opposing party is pro se.

Gross & continual lack of communication, even from FIRST correspondence to Attorney Rodems. Attorney Rodems absolute refusal to directly communicate with Plaintiffs, after repeated requests, time after time, to discuss the pending legal action and to further the instant litigation along. Every portal of communication was used to communicate with Attorney
Rodems, to wit telephone calls, facsimile transmissions, emails and hand delivered correspondence from Plaintiffs. Attorney Rodems never would discuss any detail of the case

Non-cooperation of scheduling hearings on Plaintiffs' Motions and improperly setting his hearing down and not giving sufficient notice to Plaintiffs, etc.

Case law that Attorney Rodems submitted at court hearing to the Judge & Plaintiffs was NOT ON POINT specifically regarding his Motion to Dissolve lis Pendens.

Attorney Rodem's behavior & open disregard to Plaintiffs' legal right to be treated with courtesy and in a timely manner. Additionally, that Attorney Rodems did not afford Plaintiffs proper noticing of hearings, motions.

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January 23, 2012Mr. Ryan Christopher RodemsBarker501 E Kennedy Blvd Ste 790Tampa, FL 33602-5237
Re: Complaint by Carl Montag against Ryan Christopher RodemsThe Florida Bar File No. 2012-10,734 (13E)
Dear Mr. Rodems:Enclosed is a copy of an inquiry/complaint and any supporting documents submitted by the abovereferenced complainant(s). Your response to this complaint is required under the provisions of Rule 4-8.4(g), Rules of Professional Conduct of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, and is due in our office by
February 7, 2012
. Responses should not exceed 25 pages and may refer to any additional documents orexhibits that are available on request. Failure to provide a written response to this complaint is in itself aviolation of Rule 4-8.4(g). Please note that any correspondence must be sent through the U.S. mail; wecannot accept faxed material.
You are further requested to furnish the complainant with a completecopy of your written response, including any documents submitted therewith.
 Please note that pursuant to Rule 3-7.1(b), Rules of Discipline, any reports, correspondence, papers,recordings and/or transcripts of hearings received from either you or the complainant(s) shall become apart of the public record in this matter and thus accessible to the public upon a disposition of this file. Itshould be noted that The Florida Bar is required to acknowledge the status of proceedings during thependency of an investigation, if a specific inquiry is made and the matter is deemed to be in the publicdomain. Pursuant to Rule 3-7.1(f), Rules of Discipline, you are further required to complete and returnthe enclosed Certificate of Disclosure form.Finally, the filing of this complaint does not preclude communication between the attorney and thecomplainant(s). Please review the enclosed Notice for information on submitting your response.Sincerely,Theodore P. Littlewood Jr., Bar CounselAttorney Consumer Assistance ProgramACAP Hotline 866-352-0707Enclosures (Certificate of Disclosure, Notice of Grievance Procedures, Copy of Complaint, Notice -Mailing Instructions)cc: Carl Montag
 
 Pursuant to Rule 3-7.1(f), Rules of Discipline, you must execute the appropriate disclosureparagraph below and return the form to this office by
February 7, 2012
. The rule provides thatthe nature of the charges be stated in the notice to your firm; however, we suggest that you attacha copy of the complaint.
CERTIFICATE OF DISCLOSURE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this ________ day of _______________, 201___, a true copy of the foregoing disclosure was furnished to ________________________________, a member of my present law firm of ______________________________________________________, and,if different, to _________________________________________, a member of the law firm of ______________________________________________________, with which I was associatedat the time of the act(s) giving rise to the complaint in The Florida Bar File No. 2012-10,734(13E)._______________________________________Ryan Christopher Rodems
CERTIFICATE OF DISCLOSURE
(Corporate/Government Employment)I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this ________ day of _______________, 201___, a true copy of the foregoing disclosure was furnished to ________________________________, my supervisorat ______________________________________________________ (name of agency), withwhich I was associated at the time of the act(s) giving rise to the complaint in The Florida BarFile No. 2012-10,734 (13E)._______________________________________Ryan Christopher Rodems
CERTIFICATE OF NON-LAW FIRM AFFILIATION
(Sole Practitioner)I HEREBY CERTIFY to The Florida Bar on this ________ day of _______________, 201___,that I am not presently affiliated with a law firm and was not affiliated with a law firm at the timeof the act(s) giving rise to the complaint in The Florida Bar File No. 2012-10,734 (13E)._______________________________________Ryan Christopher Rodems
 
 
 
NOTICE OF GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES
1. The enclosed letter is an informal inquiry. Your response is required under theprovisions of The Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 4-8.4(g), Rules of Professional Conduct.Failure to provide a written response to this complaint is in itself a violation of Rule 4-8.4(g). If you do not respond, the matter will be forwarded to the grievance committee for disposition inaccordance with Rule 3-7.3 of the Rules of Discipline.2. Many complaints considered first by staff counsel are not forwarded to a grievancecommittee, as they do not involve violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct justifyingdisciplinary action.3. "Pursuant to Rule 3-7.1(a), Rules of Discipline, any response by you in these proceedingsshall become part of the public record of this matter and thereby become accessible to the publicupon the closure of the case by Bar counsel or upon a finding of no probable cause, probablecause, minor misconduct, or recommendation of diversion. Disclosure during the pendency of an investigation may be made only as to status if a specific inquiry concerning this case is madeand if this matter is generally known to be in the public domain."4. The grievance committee is the Bar's "grand jury." Its function and procedure are setforth in Rule 3-7.4. Proceedings before the grievance committee, for the most part, are non-adversarial in nature. However, you should carefully review Chapter 3 of the Rules RegulatingThe Florida Bar.5. If the grievance committee finds probable cause, formal adversarial proceedings, whichordinarily lead to disposition by the Supreme Court of Florida, will be commenced under 3-7.6,unless a plea is submitted under Rule 3-7.9

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