The D.C. Court of Appeals handed down five disciplinary opinions Thursday, all disbarments.
David Goldstein, Michael Hadeed, Ryan Lahuti, Brian Malady and Jennifer Streaks were disbarred from the Bar of the District of Columbia, effective immediately. The court moved on the recommendations of the Board on Professional Responsibility in making the ruling.
According to court records, Hadeed was suspended from practicing law in February after he was convicted of conspiracy to commit immigration fraud and for “aiding and abetting the making of material false statements.”
Lahuti was disbarred after he pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud.
In March, Malady pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering with the intent to promote and carry on the distribution of controlled substances. In May Malady was sentenced to 24 months of imprisonment.
Goldstein and Streaks consented to disbarment, based on allegations of misconduct. The report did not go into further detail.