IN THE MATTER OF: JAMES CLIFTON ROBINSON
ORDER - This Court was advised on June 13, 2014 of a disciplinary matter that arose in a proceeding before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri involving Attorney James Clifton Robinson, a member of the bar of the E astern District of Missouri. In the case of In Re: LaToya L. Steward (Cause # 11-46399-705), the Bankrutcpy Court imposed a suspension of Mr.Robinsons privilege to practice law before that Court, and referred the matter to the District Court for inv estigation of Attorney Robinsons conduct for possible disciplinary action pursuant to the District Courts Rules of Disciplinary Enforcement. That order also referred this matter as a complaint to the Missouri Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel for investigation of Mr. Robinson under the Missouri Supreme Courts Rules of Professional Conduct. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT a disciplinary action shall be commenced in the matterof James Clifton Robinson, as recommended by the United States Bankruptcy ourt. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT proceedings in the District Court shall be stayed until such time as the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel has completed its investigation and presented its findings and recommendation to the Missouri Supreme Court for final disciplinary action, if any. If disciplinary action is taken by the Missouri Supreme Court, this matter will resume in the District Court with an Order to Show Cause directing Mr. Robinson to demonstrate why reciprocal discipline should not be imposed by the District Court. Signed by District Judge Catherine D. Perry on 6/30/2014. (Order mailed certified to: James C. Robinson, CRITIQUE SERVICES, 3919 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108) (DLB)
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