Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Finding That Elusive Legal Niche Is Not Always A Good Thing

The ABA Journal reports that a young Las Vegas attorney was so successful after opening his own practice two years out of law school, he had a "breakdown" from the sheer volume of clients.  Citing the RJ, the ABA Journal reports that Jorge Sanchez launched his own bankruptcy practice catering to Spanish-speaking clients just two years out of law school.  Apparently,Mr. Sanchez quickly became inundated with clients, and unable to keep up, struck a deal with Las Vegas attorney Joseph Scalia.But the deal between the two attorneys soured, resulting in what the ABA termed Mr. Sanchez's "breakdown."  The ABA Journal reports that last week the Nevada Supreme Court temporarily suspended Mr. Sanchez's license.