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State Bar files second suit against Beaumont attorney Kip Lamb

By David Yates | Dec 26, 2012

The Commission for Lawyer Discipline, an arm of the State Bar of Texas, has filed a second petition to suspend the practice of Beaumont attorney Kip Lamb.

The first petition was filed July 10 in Jefferson County District Court. The second was filed Dec. 17.

According to the petitions, on April 14, 2008, Lamb received $1,094,611.02 into his trust account as his client’s (New Life Tabernacle Church) portion of a settlement.

Lamb later transferred the funds to other bank accounts for his own personal use and his law firm’s use, the petition states.

The Bar is asking that the court suspend or disbar Lamb.

Chief Disciplinary Counsel Linda Acevedo represents the Bar.

Judge Gary Sanderson, 6oth District Court, is assigned to the case.

Case No. B193-716

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