Unauthorized Practitioner

Somani, Mahmood,

Other names: Somani, Moe

Mahmood Somani, a.k.a. Moe Somani, consented to an order prohibiting him from engaging in the practice of law for a fee, from commencing, prosecuting or defending a proceeding on behalf of another and from representing himself as a lawyer or using any other title that connotes that he is qualified or entitled to practise law. The Law Society alleged that Somani engaged in the unauthorized practice of law by providing legal advice and offering to prepare court documents for a fee. Somani neither directly confirmed nor denied these allegations but nonetheless signed a consent order dated June 28, 2019.

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