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Patrick Lee Lund - #86371

AKA: R. Patrick Lund

Current Status:  Disbarred

This member is prohibited from practicing law in California by order of the California Supreme Court.

See below for more details.

Profile Information

The following information is from the official records of The State Bar of California.

Bar Number: 86371    
Address: Lund Law Group
4590 Macarthur Blvd Ste 500
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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Phone Number: (949) 250-4230
Fax Number: (949) 250-4503
e-mail: Not Available 
County: Orange
Undergraduate School: Azusa Pacific Univ; Azusa CA
District: District 4    
Sections: None Law School: Pepperdine Univ SOL; Malibu CA

Status History

Effective Date Status Change
Present Disbarred
10/16/2014 Disbarred  
5/12/2014 Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA  
5/31/1979 Admitted to The State Bar of California

Explanation of member status

Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law in California

Effective DateDescriptionCase NumberResulting Status

Disciplinary and Related Actions

Overview of the attorney discipline system.

10/16/2014 Disbarment 13-O-17595 Disbarred 
5/12/2014 Ordered inactive 13-O-17595 Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA 
10/6/2012 Discipline, probation; no actual susp. 11-O-11135  
9/21/2011 Public reproval with/duties 08-O-11293  

Administrative Actions

7/1/2014 Suspended, failed to pay Bar membr. fees Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA 


Copies of official attorney discipline records are available upon request.

Explanation of common actions

State Bar Court Cases

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Effective Date Case Number Description
10/16/2014 13-O-17595 Stipulation [PDF]
10/5/2012 11-O-11135 Stipulation [PDF] [HTML]
9/21/2011 08-O-11293 Stipulation [PDF]

California Bar Journal Discipline Summaries

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October 16, 2014

PATRICK LEE LUND [#86371], 60, of Newport Beach, was disbarred Oct. 16, 2014 and ordered to comply with rule 9.20 and make restitution.

Lund stipulated to misappropriation and failing to maintain funds in his client trust account in one client matter. In 2011, he was hired to represent a man in a business dispute involving the man’s company. A week or so later, he received two wire transfers totaling $200,000 that he deposited in his client trust account. He was supposed to hold the money there until the opposing party authorized him to release it. Instead, he misappropriated $199,992.19 of the funds for his own purposes. Between Nov. 1, 2011, when the opposing party authorized the release of the funds, and Jan. 13, 2012, the client asked repeatedly for the money. Lund then told the client he had misappropriated it. Lund paid the client $130,500 as partial restitution. He was ordered to pay back the remaining $69,500.

In mitigation, he entered into a pretrial stipulation with the State Bar.

Lund had two prior records of discipline. In 2012, he was suspended for failing to perform legal services with competence. The year before, he received a public reproval for failing to provide written disclosure to a client of a personal relationship with a third party in a matter, knowing the third party would be substantially affected. He also failed to promptly refund unearned fees and sought an agreement that a client withdraw a disciplinary complaint against him.


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