November 29, 2012
Ex BigLaw Partner Who Lied on Child’s School Financial Aid Applications Is Disbarred
An Illinois lawyer has been disbarred by the state supreme court for misrepresenting his income on his child's private school financial aid applications, in order to qualify for $22,830 in assistance over an approximately four-year period.
In addition to providing falsified copies of his tax returns to the Francis W. Parker School in Chicago, Bruce Paul Golden also "understandably offended" most members of the hearing panel, it noted in an earlier report, by refusing to provide requested information and “antagonistic, sometimes rude" conduct, recounts Forest Leaves, a suburban news publication. Golden worked for more than 20 years at McDermott Will & Emery.
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