Rule 14-516. Dissemination of disciplinary information.

(a) Notice to disciplinary agencies. The OPC shall transmit notice of public discipline, resignation with discipline pending, transfers to or from disability status, reinstatements, readmissions, and certified copies of judgments of conviction to the disciplinary enforcement agency of every other jurisdiction in which the respondent is admitted, and to the National Lawyer Regulatory Database maintained by the American Bar Association.

(b) Notice to the public. The executive director shall cause notices of admonition, public reprimand, suspension, disbarment, resignation with discipline pending, transfer to disability status and petitions for reinstatement or readmission to be published in the Utah Bar Journal. The executive director also shall cause notices of suspension, disbarment, resignation with discipline pending, transfer to disability status and petitions for reinstatement or readmission to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in each judicial district within Utah in which the respondent maintained an office for the practice of law.

(c) Notice to the courts. The executive director shall promptly cause transmittal of notices of suspension, disbarment, resignation with discipline pending, transfer to or from disability status, reinstatement or readmission to all state and federal courts in Utah.