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Knox County lawyer censured immediately after reinstatement
January 11, 2022


KNOX COUNTY - On January 14, 2022, Mark Steven Graham, an attorney licensed to practice law in Tennessee, received a Public Censure from the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Tennessee Supreme Court.

Mr. Graham filed a trademark application when he was suspended from the practice of law in Tennessee and not licensed to practice law in any other state. His application was on behalf of a client, and it identified Mr. Graham as attorney of record.






By this act, Mr. Graham, has violated Rules of Professional Conduct 5.5 (unauthorized practice of law), and 8.4(g) (knowingly fail to comply with a court order) and is hereby publicly censured for this violation.

A Public Censure is a rebuke and warning to the attorney, but it does not affect the attorney’s ability to practice law.

It was just on January 10, 2022, the Supreme Court of Tennessee reinstated Graham to the practice of law following a three year suspension.


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