In re Petition for Disciplinary Action against Bosse, 010721 MNSC, A19-0595

Docket NºA19-0595
Opinion JudgeNatalie E. Hudson Associate Justice
Party NameIn re Petition for Disciplinary Action against Richard Edward Bosse, a Minnesota Attorney, Registration No. 0245501.
Case DateJanuary 07, 2021
CourtSupreme Court of Minnesota

In re Petition for Disciplinary Action against Richard Edward Bosse, a Minnesota Attorney,

Registration No. 0245501.

No. A19-0595

Supreme Court of Minnesota

January 7, 2021

ORDER

Natalie E. Hudson Associate Justice

We suspended respondent Richard Edward Bosse from the practice of law for a minimum of 60 days, effective November 11, 2020. Respondent has filed an affidavit seeking reinstatement in which he states that he has complied with the terms of the suspension order, except for successful completion of the written examination required for admission to the practice of law by the State Board of Law Examiners on the subject of professional responsibility. The Director of the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility does not oppose the request for reinstatement.

Based upon all the files, records, and proceedings herein, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:

1. Effective January 10, 2021, respondent Richard Edward Bosse is conditionally reinstated to the practice of law in the State of Minnesota, subject to his successful completion of the written examination required for admission to the practice of law by the State Board of Law Examiners on the subject of professional responsibility, and is placed on probation for 2 years, subject to the following conditions: a. Respondent shall cooperate fully with the Director's Office in its efforts to monitor compliance with this probation. Respondent shall promptly respond to the Director's correspondence by its due date. Respondent shall provide to the Director a current mailing address and shall immediately notify the Director of any change of address. Respondent shall cooperate with the Director's investigation of any allegations of unprofessional conduct that may come to the Director's attention. Upon the Director's request, respondent shall provide authorization for release of information and documentation to verify compliance with the terms of this probation.

b. Respondent shall abide by the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct.

c. Respondent shall be supervised by a licensed Minnesota attorney, appointed by the Director to monitor compliance with the terms of this probation. Within 2 weeks of the date of this order, respondent shall provide to the Director the names of four attorneys who have agreed to be nominated as respondent's supervisor. If, after diligent effort, respondent is unable to locate a supervisor acceptable...

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