William Hamel And Dinkes & Schwitzer Alleged Malpractice And Disciplinary Committee Defense Attorney Office In Same Building As Disc. Committee: By Coincidence Or By Contrivance, Coincidence, And Conflict Of Interest?– We Think the Latter Three- Part 1
April 26, 2013 § 2 Comments
Our Honorable Court Comrades have alerted us to the fact that, oh yes, as said in our headline: William Hamel’s and Dinkes & Schwitzer’s Malpractice and alleged Disciplinary Committee defense attorney firm and/or alleged Disciplinary
Committee members, Godosky & Gentile are in the same building as the Disciplinary Committee.
Now let’s take a good look at this. The Disciplinary Committee’s address is:
|Departmental Disciplinary Committee|
New York, NY 10006
(212) 287-1045 FAX
As we have shown in a previous article of ours entitled: “Dinkes & Schwitzer NEVER “OUR” ATTORNEYS They’ve Been Sued For Malpractice-Again”, published on Jan 7, 2013 @ 3:20-, which referenced the case of Thomas v Dinkes & Schwitzer, for among other things, Malpractice and Unlawful Enrichment, their attorney firm was Godosky & Gentile whose address is:
Godosky & Gentlie
New York NY 10006
We have also been told by our highly reliable legal contacts that a member attorney of Godosky & Gentile is allegedly a member of the Disciplinary Committee.–How conveeeenient.
As far as we know, and as we have previously mentioned, there have allegedly been plenty of complaints lodged against William Hamel, –and that’s not even including his conviction of a Class A Misdemeanor inclusive of a $300K Fine that was Plea Bargained down from 19 Felony Counts,–and allegedly an abundance of Disciplinary Committee complaints exacted against Dinkes & Schwitzer.
Could the reason that Hamel and his fellow attorneys at Dinkes & Schwitzer allegedly got off scot-free from the wrath and punishment of the Disciplinary Committee be because the latter two allegedly hired a malpractice defense attorney who’s also a member of the Disciplinary Committee and within finger’s length of them?
Well, while our Readership is deciding about the answer to that question, we will say that thus far we have not seen, –and it may be there and it could be that we have seen no evidence of it,–any proof that Hamel has been suspended since he admitted to committing a Class a Misdemeanor and in fact paid out $300K to the public, even though, as in our very recent article his own lawyer, Gustave Newman, on public record says in a letter to Judge Barrett that “As can be seen from all of the above, the exact misdemeanor offense to which our client pleads has important disciplinary consequences for him. The label of the misdemeanor is of no consequence for anybody but our client.”
Dear Disciplinary Committee, whom we know is part and parcel of our Readership, where are those consequences?
And by the way, Mr. Newman, the label IS of consequence to everybody, INCLUDING your client.
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