Respondent received an on-line Google review from a client, and responded with details about the former client, including information about the former client’s health and the nature of his claims. Respondent also claimed that the client asked him to make false representations to the Court. Respondent’s comments were unfavorable, and were posted on a publicly accessible website. Therefore, he was publicly censured for violating his duties to former clients.


In re: Jeffery Dennis Johnson, Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility No. 64942-1 (April 8, 2021).