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Attorney Conrad Airall of Raleigh; serial offender

 
The state of North Carolina presented Conrad A. Airall with a law license in 1978.
 
The Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar found Conrad guilty of the following misconduct.
 
Conrad’s 1st bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree
 
In one matter, Conrad represented a client in a wrongful discharge case against the U.S. Postal Service. Several months later, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) notified Conrad by certified mail that it had denied his client’s claim.
 
Conrad failed to notify his client of the dismissal of her complaint by the EEOC for seven months. Conrad’s gross negligence in failing to timely notify his client of the dismissal resulted in her not being allowed to appeal the decision.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar punished Conrad by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
 
Conrad’s 2nd bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree
 
In one matter, Conrad represented Dr. Nathaniel Carter in an employment discrimination case.
 
Dr. Carter paid Conrad $1,500 that included a notation “depositions.” In addition, enclosed with the check was a letter from Dr. Carter that stated in part: “I have forwarded to you a check for $1,500 to be placed in your trust fund. These monies…should be ample funding to conduct a minimum of four or five dispositions.”
 
Despite Dr. Carter’s specific instructions, Conrad found it acceptable to use the $1500 to pay his claimed attorney fees.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar punished Conrad by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
 
Conrad’s 3rd bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree
 
In one matter, Conrad was hired to represent a client in an employment discrimination case. About one year later, the client filed an ethics complaint against Conrad with the State Bar.
 
On several occasions the Bar investigators asked Conrad to respond to the client’s grievance; however, on each occasion he failed to do so. In short, Conrad told the State Bar “Up Yours!.”
 
As a consequence of his misconduct the patron saints for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar punished Conrad by gifting him with a complimentary censure.
 
Conrad’s 4th bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree
 
During his representation of a client, Judge Alice Stubbs sanctioned Conrad for filing frivolous pleadings during the course of the litigation.
 
When the Bar’s investigators sent Conrad letters about Judge Stubbs’ sanction, Conrad failed to respond. Put simply, Conrad said, “Up Yours!.”
 
As a consequence of his misconduct the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Grievance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar punished Conrad by gifting him with a second complimentary reprimand.
 
As we speak (ca. January 2014) Conrad continues to practice in the Raleigh, North Carolina area.
 
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