Daniel Harold Eisan #95078
License Status: Resigned
This attorney has resigned from the practice of law with disciplinary charges pending. As a result, the attorney is ineligible to practice law in California. The State Bar posts consumer alerts online when attorneys resign with disciplinary charges pending. The decision(s) or order(s) are posted on the State Bar Court Smart Search. Anyone who believes they have been the victim of attorney misconduct is urged to file a complaint with the State Bar.
Address: 533 Airport Blvd #400, Burlingame, CA 94010
Phone: 650-340-8921 | Fax: 650-373-2002
Email: Not Available | Website: Not Available
License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History
All changes of license status due to nondisciplinary administrative matters and disciplinary actions.
|Date||License Status||Discipline||Administrative Action|
|4/20/2006||Resigned||Resignation with charges pending 06-Q-10881|
|2/28/2006||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Vol.inactive(tender of resign.w/charges) 06-Q-10881|
|9/16/2004||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Admin Inactive/MCLE noncompliance|
|3/3/2004||Disciplinary charges filed in State Bar Court 03-O-04901|
|9/16/2003||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Suspended, failed to pay fees|
|9/1/2001||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Suspended, failed to pay fees|
|9/1/2001||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Admin Inactive/MCLE noncompliance|
|8/12/1996||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Suspended, failed to pay fees|
|12/16/1980||Admitted to the State Bar of California|
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