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The Leslie Brodie Report Has Updated Article Delineating Fraudulent Statements by Jill Sperber of State Bar of California; Links to Prima Facie Showing of Money Laundering Through California Bar Foundation; Quote by John Keker of Keker & Van Nest

The Leslie Brodie Report Has Updated Article Delineating Fraudulent Statements by Jill Sperber of State Bar of California; Links to Prima Facie Showing of Money Laundering Through California Bar Foundation; Quote by John Keker of Keker & Van Nest.

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While on its face the article references events relating to alleged ethical violations in the litigation between Sara Granda v. State Bar of California; boiling underneath the surface are prima facie showing of money laundering via the California Bar Foundation, and subsequent misappropriation of said funds by Voice of OC — an online publication established by State Bar of California executive director Joe Dunn with the help of Thomas Girardi and James Brosnahan.

Recently, Placer County Assistant District Attorney Clark Gehlbach, and fellow State Bar of California  BOG Members Joe Dunn of Voice of OC, Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest, Alec Chang of Skadden Arps, Nancy Fineman of Cotchett Pitre & McCarthy, Gretchen Nelson of Kreindler & Kreindler, Gwen Moore of Gems Communication, public member Jeannine English, Craig Holden of Lewis Brisbois, Samson Elsbernd, Karen Goodman, Loren Kieve, Pearl Gondrella Mann, Luis Rodriguez, Heather Linn Rosing, Lowell Carruth, public member George Davis of Davis Broadband Group, Cheryl Hicks, Patrick Kelly, Wells Lyman, Mark Shem, and public member Dennis Mangers have pressed criminal charges against the complainant on the ground that the ethics complaint relating to the case of Sara Granda v. State Bar of California, was false and malicious in violation of California Business & Professions Code 6043.5


About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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