Disqualification of attorney Lester Liptak for violations of SCR 20:1.9. Liptak was found to haveviolated SCR 20:1.9 and disqualified. Attorney Mark Mullen and The Mullen Law Group, LLC weredisqualified by imputed disqualification, SCR 20:1.10. The Disqualification Motion is attached,marked exhibit A, the Disqualification Order, exhibit B(2.) The requested relief for the disqualification motion and the default judgment motion were notdecided because Judge Cameron, acting as the Respondent’s (Mary Ann Erbs) counsel decided, withoutquestioning the Respondent, that the Respondent needed representation, as attorneys Liptak and Mullenwere disqualified. Cameron’s statement was “With that in mind, Ms. Erbs has no representation, so allthe other motions are continued until the hearing is rescheduled”. The order from this hearing dictates:All motions filed by the Petitioner, Jeffrey P. Erbs, including all additional requests for relief, 2-5, inthe original Motion for Disqualification and the Default Motion also filed February 10, 2010, remain pending to give respondent, Mary Ann Erbs, an allowance of time to acquire replacement counsel. Acopy of this transcript is attached, marked exhibit C. (3.) The Default Motion was presented, but not heard, Feb. 26. This requested relief was first heard ata Temporary Hearing held on Jan.19, 2010, neither the Respondent, nor her attorney Liptak, were present at this hearing. Commissioner Ferg refused to act on this matter on Jan.19, and also on Feb.1,2010 at a 2
Temporary Hearing scheduled by Liptak. This motion’s requested relief is Maintenance inthe amount of $2500.00 per month and that Mary Ann Erbs retain Jeffrey on her company insurance plan and pay all healthcare expenses. Jeffrey has been disabled since November 2007 and has NOINCOME. A copy of this motion is attached, marked exhibit D. (4.) Jeffrey is entitled to justice freely, and without denial, promptly and without delay according toArticle I, Section 9 of the Wisconsin Constitution, Remedy for Wrongs.
Remedy for wrongs.
Every person is entitledto
a certain remedy in the laws for all injuries, or wrongs whichhe
may receive in his person, property, or character; he ought toobtain
justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase it,completely
and without denial, promptly and without delay,conformably
to the laws.
(5.)Judge Cameron is obligated by Wisconsin Statute 757.02 and his mandatory oath of office isrequired to support both the Constitution of the United States and Wisconsin. Remedy for Wrongs isArticle I, Section 9 of the Wisconsin Constitution. (6.) Both 757.025 and SCR 70.36 specify 90 days as the maximum, without granted exception, time for a judge to make a decision. As of June 27, 2010, it has been 121 days since Feb. 26, 2010, 31 days pastthe 90 day limit.. SCR 70.36 also requires the judge to certify, within 5 days of the expiration of the 90day period, if he is unable to make the decision and also to notify in writing the chief judge of the judicial administrative district in which the matter is pending. As of June 27, 2010, WCCA did not listany certification by either Ferg or Cameron. Copy of 2010FA11 WCCA attached, exhibit E