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Jacksonville lawyer among 21 disciplined attorneys across Florida

Robert John Slama has been ordered to be publicly reprimanded

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Florida Supreme Court has disciplined 21 attorneys across the state, including one in Jacksonville.

Robert John Slama, who has offices at 6817 Southpoint Parkway, has been ordered to be publicly reprimanded.

The state Supreme Court found Slama has not paid his corporate or personal taxes in the past eight years.

He said it's a result of personal and family-related crises.

Two attorneys were disbarred, five had their licenses revoked, 11 were suspended and the Florida Bar publicly reprimanded three. Four attorneys received more than one form of discipline, one was placed on probation and three were ordered to pay restitution.

Discipline case files that are public record are posted to attorneys’ individual online Florida Bar profiles. Additional information on the discipline system and how to file a complaint are available online.

Here are the rest of the disciplined attorneys:

Allen Montgomery Blake, of Sarasota: Disbarred                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
Kurt Ellis Bosshardt, of Fort Lauderdale: Suspended for 90 days

Christopher Lee Buttermore, of Coral Springs: Suspended for six months

William Scott Callahan, of Winter Park: Suspended for one year

James M. Corrigan, of Pensacola: Suspended until further order

John Leslie Gioiello, of Panama City: Suspended until further order

Henry C. Hunter, of Tallahassee: To receive a disciplinary revocation

John T. Jenkins Jr., of Palm Beach Gardens: Disbarred

Kenneth Joseph Kukec, of Miami: Suspended until further order

Anett Lopez, of Miami: Suspended until further order

Peter William Martin, of Bradenton: To receive a disciplinary revocation

Stefan E. McHardy, of Pembroke Pines: To be publicly reprimanded

Cherie A. Parker, of Largo: To receive a disciplinary revocation

Michael Kevin Rathel, of Orlando: Suspended for one year

Joseph Oreste Reosti, of Pensacola: Suspended for three years

Thomas Anthony Sadaka, of Celebration: Suspended for 91 days
 
Arturo S. Suarez-Silverio, of Miami: Suspended for one year

Catherine Elizabeth Timilty, of Pinellas Park: To receive a disciplinary revocation

Elizabeth Jean Waddell, of Winter Park: To receive a disciplinary revocation

Laura Diane Wisoker, of Viera: To be publicly reprimanded