Suspension lifted for Indianapolis lawyer facing 2 complaints

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An Indianapolis lawyer who earlier this month was suspended in two separate cases has been restored to good standing in the Indiana bar.

A Thursday order from the Indiana Supreme Court lifted Nicholas M. Elliott’s second and final suspension, effective Wednesday.

Elliott was suspended Feb. 4 for noncooperation with the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s investigations into two grievances filed against him. His suspension in the first case, 20S-DI-638, was terminated Feb. 16.

His suspension in case 20S-DI-639 was lifted Wednesday after “the Executive Director of the Disciplinary Commission filed a ‘Certification of Compliance,’ stating that Respondent has now cooperated with its investigation,” according to the court’s order.

According to the Indiana Roll of Attorneys, Elliott was admitted to the practice of law in Indiana in 2010. He has been the subject of nine disciplinary actions, two of which are pending. The orders do not specify the nature of the underlying complaints.

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