||Respondent was reciprocally disbarred for like discipline imposed by the Supreme Court of Delaware by Opinion and Order decided February 6, 2007. In the Delaware proceeding, the petition for discipline alleged that in or about 1983, Respondent sexually assaulted a female client during an after-hours meeting at Respondentís office. In re Tenenbaum, 918 A.2d 1109, 2007 WL 356193 (Del. 2007).
Respondent had previously been reciprocally suspended for three years in Pennsylvania based upon a three-year suspension imposed by the Supreme Court of Delaware in August 2005. In the Matter of Joel D. Tenenbaum, 585 Pa. 651, 889 A.2d 1165 (2005). In the Delaware proceeding in that matter, Respondent unconditionally admitted having sexual relations with one client and did not contest that the Delaware Office of Disciplinary Counsel would prove by clear and convincing evidence that Respondent made improper sexual advances toward four other clients. In re Tenenbaum, 880 A.2d 1025, 2005 WL 1949978 (Del. 2005).