The Supreme Court of Illinois announced the filing of lawyer disciplinary orders on March 22, 2016, during the March Term of Court. Sanctions were imposed because the lawyers engaged in professional misconduct by violating state ethics law.
- Tanya Yvette Brockington, Homewood
Ms. Brockington was licensed in Illinois in 2009 and in Georgia in 2010. She was disbarred in Georgia for neglecting three immigration matters, failing to return unearned fees, and failing to cooperate with the Georgia disciplinary authority. The Illinois Supreme Court imposed reciprocal discipline and disbarred her.
- Christian Chenoweth, Chicago
Mr. Chenoweth, who was licensed in 2002, was disbarred on consent. He obtained $1,550,000 in connection with representing two clients and misappropriated at least $10,000 of those funds. In addition, he pled guilty to a felony charge of retail theft.
Mr. Huff, who was licensed in 1973, was disbarred on consent. He practiced law in 2015 during a period when he was suspended for having engaged in professional misconduct. In addition, he failed to comply with Illinois Supreme Court rules after the earlier suspension was imposed against him.
Mr. Meyer, who was licensed in 1978, was disbarred on consent. He misappropriated more than $150,000 in client funds, provided incorrect information to clients about the funds that he received on their behalf, and borrowed $10,000 from a client without making the required conflict of interest disclosures.