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Case No. 19-0499

Iowa Supreme Court Attorney Disciplinary Board
Edward F. Noyes

The respondent contends (1) there was no longer a pending or contemplated litigation when he advanced or disbursed funds to one of his clients, (2) the Grievance Commission findings of fact should be supplemented to include evidence respondent retained a certified public accountant and a certified quick books consultant to oversee the accounting of respondent’s client trust account, (3) he made reasonable efforts to comply with Iowa Rules of Professional Conduct 32:5.3(a), and (4) the evidence does not establish he violated rule 32:1.15.


Iowa Supreme Court Attorney Disciplinary Board


Edward F. Noyes

Attorney for the Appellee

Wendell J. Harms

Attorney for the Appellant

Edward F. Noyes, pro se

Supreme Court

Oral Argument Schedule


Oct 21, 2019 1:30 PM Iowa Supreme Court Courtroom

Supreme Court Opinion

Opinion Number:
Date Published:
Dec 13, 2019
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