Disciplinary Board Cautions Public to Avoid Suspended Lawyer
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is warning the public to beware of a Philadelphia-based attorney who continued to practice law in violation of a temporary suspension order issued earlier this year.
Harris Roy Rosen, who had been operating at a South Broad Street address, was placed on indefinite suspension by the Supreme Court effective April 15. The action means Rosen is prohibited from engaging in all law-related activity.
The Disciplinary Board, which oversees the conduct of lawyers across the state, obtained a preliminary injunction this week from the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas to stop Rosen from continuing to practice law without a reinstated license.
The Board is cautioning people not to engage Rosen for any law-related work or counsel.
Anyone with questions should contact the Board.
For more information: www.padisciplinaryboard.org
Media contact: Julia Frankston-Morris, 717-231-3380