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Knox County lawyer Wendell Hall disbarred
April 28, 2021


KNOXVILLE - Effective April 27, 2021, the Supreme Court of Tennessee permanently disbarred Wendell Kyle Hall from the practice of law for:

• Failure to provide competent representation to his clients;
• Failure to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in his representation;
• Failure to respond to requests for information; failure to communicate with numerous clients and keep them informed about the status of their case;
• Failure to inform them of his suspension from the practice of law;
• Improperly requesting and receiving a loan from a client without memorializing the loan in writing and without advising the client in writing to seek independent legal counsel;
• Failure to notify clients of his withdrawal as attorney of record or take appropriate steps to protect their interests;
• Failure to expedite litigation; failure to respond to the Board’s requests for responses to complaints; and
• Failure to comply with the Order of Enforcement entered by the Supreme Court.

Pursuant to Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 9, Mr. Hall is not eligible for reinstatement to the practice of law in this state and must comply with the requirements of Tennessee Supreme Court SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Rule 9, Section 28, regarding the obligations and responsibilities of disbarred attorneys.
















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