South Bend attorney’s discipline converted to indefinite suspension

The Indiana Supreme Court has moved to indefinitely suspend a South Bend attorney who was suspended earlier this year for her noncooperation with a disciplinary investigation of a grievance against her.

Personal injury and collection law attorney Julie A. Dominiack of Dominiack Legal Services, LLC was formerly suspended pursuant to a March 21 order for noncooperation with the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s investigation of a grievance filed against her.

That immediate suspension came after the court issued an order in January asking Dominiack to show cause as to why she should not be suspended for her failure to cooperate with the commission’s investigation.

In that initial order, Dominiack failed to comply with a subpoena duces tecum issued by the commission as part of the investigation. Then in February, the commission requested a ruling and to tax costs, asserting that Dominiack still had not cooperated, to which she also failed to respond.

After finding that Dominiack did not respond to the commission’s motion to convert her current suspension and that more than 90 days had passed since her suspension for noncooperation with the disciplinary process, the Supreme Court concluded her suspension should be converted to an indefinite suspension effective immediately pursuant to a Thursday order. Dominiack was admitted to practice in 2012 and has no prior discipline, according to the Indiana Roll of Attorneys. The filings do not indicate the nature of the grievance against her.

All justices concurred in In the Matter of: Julie Dominiack, 19S-DI-28.

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