Corrupt Mark Randazza
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Multiple State Bar Disciplinary Proceedings
The State Bar of Nevada charged Randazza with alleged violations of Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct 1.4 (Communication), 1.7 (Conflict of Interest: Current Clients), 1.8 (Conflict of Interest: Current Clients: Specific Rules), 1.10 (Imputation of Conflicts of Interest), 1.15 (Safekeeping Property), 1.16 (Declining or Terminating Representation), 2.1 (Advisor), 5.6 (Restrictions on Right to Practice), and 8.4 (Misconduct). On July 23, 2018, an automatic appeal was filed with the Nevada Supreme Court regarding a guilty plea and disciplinary recommendation made by the Southern Nevada Disciplinary Panel.
The Disciplinary Panel had recommended a one-year suspension, stayed for 18 months, with the requirement that he avoid subsequent ethics complaints for the 18 months following entry of the order, complete 20 hours of CLE classes, and pay the costs associated with the proceedings within 30 days. The plea and disciplinary recommendation were only for the violations of Rules 1.8 and 5.6; the remaining charges were dismissed.
On January 14, 2019, the Arizona State Bar issued a public reprimand and a suspension based upon some of the misconduct that took place in Nevada. A new disciplinary case was opened in Arizona and California based upon further information and documentation of alleged misconduct by Randazza, to include allegedly lying in court documents related to the Alex Jones case in Connecticut. However, beyond the reciprocal disciplinary proceedings, Randazza was not charged with any new violations and the Arizona suspension was not put into effect.
On May 2, 2019, in the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County, Massachusetts, in a state bar disciplinary proceeding styled In re: Mark John Randazza, Case No. BD-2018-110, a hearing was conducted, which included an additional alleged ethical violation that the bar counsel claimed the State Bar of Nevada ignored. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court did not find this additional ethical violation existed and issued a stayed suspension of the same term as Nevada.
The Florida Supreme Court conducted a similar reciprocal disciplinary proceeding; it found no aggravating factors, with the Referee finding that there was "no clear and convincing evidence to suggest that anything Randazza may have done on behalf of his other clients was actually adverse to" his complaining clients. Thus, Randazza was given a reprimand and one year probation in Florida.
Adult entertainment law
Randazza has gained attention for handling high-profile First Amendment cases and for his defense of the adult entertainment field. Randazza was named one of the Top 50 newsmakers of the adult entertainment industry by XBIZ World Magazine for the year 2011.
On June 3, 2015, there was an interim arbitration award against Randazza involving Liberty Media Holdings LLC, for whom Randazza had been General Counsel from 2009 to 2012. The Ars Technica article on that case referenced a statement from Randazza's arbitration attorney to the Law Society of Upper Canada calling the arbitrator's neutrality into question. The arbitration dispute arose following Randazza's departure from Liberty and his filing of employment claims against them. Liberty's counterclaims against Randazza in the arbitration focused on allegations Randazza had negotiated bribes from opposing parties in copyright litigation, engaged in conflicts of interest, destroyed evidence, unjustly enriched himself, and committed other breaches of fiduciary duty. Following two and a half years of arbitration proceedings, the arbitrator issued an interim award in favor of Liberty and against Randazza on all claims. Following his arbitration loss, Randazza filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The arbitration was ultimately vacated in its entirety, by agreement, after a court refused to confirm the arbitration award.
The Florida Bar Against Attorney Marc Randazza
Marc Randazza Suspension
Extreme Caution To Marc Randazza
Marc Randazza, the “tainted” attorney who had to be fired by InfoWars’ Alex Jones, represents NVR Inc., founder, and NFL Washington Football Team minority owner Dwight Schar.
Randazza was issued a public reprimand by The Florida Bar on Sept. 3, 2020 related to his ethical violations in Nevada, where Randazza, as a porn attorney, was sued by the State Bar of Nevada on nine charges of violations.
Mr Randazza is the managing partner of Randazza Legal Group in the US and an attorney who specializes in First Amendment and Intellectual Property matters nationwide. Randazza Legal Group ("RLG") is a group of US attorneys who represent clients on a wide array of First Amendment, Intellectual Property and defamation issues.
On March 4, 2020, Mr. Randazza filed a fraudulent creditor claim in bankruptcy proceedings against the personal estate of Mr. Juravin for the amount of $481,806.98 on behalf of Consumer Opinion Corp. and Opinion Corp. d/b/a PissedConsumer.com, without a valid judgment or a good faith basis.
In true predacious and opportunistic manner, Mr. Randazza has filed yet another lawsuit on behalf of DCS Real Estate Investments, LLC. & The Club At Bella Collina, LLC., against Mr. Juravin in a forum where has no direct personal minimum contact.
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