Disbarment recommended in failure to disclose sex crime suspension

, The National Law Journal

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California's State Bar Court has recommended that an attorney in Anaheim be disbarred for having sex at his office with an underage employee and then failing to tell his clients about his subsequent suspension from practicing law.

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    I along with 10,000 other homeowners were ripped off by Parsa. He took $3,500 and did not make ONE call to my mortgage company. He did nothing. Even after I found the arrest for and suspension on the moral turpitude and confronted him with it, he continued to deny it happened. He claimed it was a "disgruntled" former employee.

    I filed a claim with the State Bar's Client Security Fund back in October, 2009 still waiting. They advised since the California Supreme Court had not "accepted" Mr. Parsa's resignation, they would not be able to take any action or reimburse the funds I lost to this creep.

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