June 27, 1994
IN RE DAVID ALAN FRIEDMAN, RESPONDENT, A MEMBER OF THE BAR OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT OF APPEALS
Before Ferren, Steadman and Schwelb, Associate Judges.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Per Curiam
On December 9, 1992, the Maryland Court of Appeals ordered that respondent should be indefinitely suspended, but for not less than one year, until such time as he could demonstrate that he was competent to resume the practice of law. The court also ordered that before respondent could obtain reinstatement, he must present expert medical evidence that the mental condition that was causally related to his misconduct had been alleviated. *fn1 Before us, after a remand from this court at the request of the Board on Professional Responsibility following respondent's reinstatement in Maryland on December 8, 1993, is a Report and Recommendation of the Board to which neither respondent nor Bar Counsel has taken exception. Accordingly, following the recommendation of the Board, it is
ORDERED that respondent David A. Friedman is hereby suspended from the practice of law in this jurisdiction for the period of one year, nunc pro tunc to December 4, 1992, and that he be required to show proof of fitness and proof that the mental condition that was causally related to his misconduct has been alleviated, prior to his readmission to the practice of law. D.C. Bar R. XI, § 16.