On Thursday, March 9, 2023, the Supreme Court of Minnesota ordered the reinstatement of attorney Randall Fuller. The case is entitled “In re Petition for Reinstatement of Randall Fuller,” with case #A21-0929.

According to the filing, Fuller was indefinitely suspended by consent by the Court on January 2020 for failure to diligently pursue a client’s matter resulting in the loss of the client’s appeal rights, making knowingly false statements to a tribunal on four separate occasions, making knowingly false statements to respondent’s clients and partners regarding the status of the matter, and offering a falsely backdated brief as an exhibit to a tribunal.

The suspension order provided that Fuller has no right to seek reinstatement for five months.

Fuller sought reinstatement by filing his petition in July 2021. Thereafter, a panel of the Lawyers Professional Board, upon consideration of Fuller’s petition and the Director of the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility’s report, concluded that Fuller has proven by clear and convincing evidence that he is ethically fit and competent to practice law. The panel recommended Fuller’s reinstatement and that he be placed on a two-year probation.

Consequently, the Court, after its independent review of the file, records, and proceedings of the herein matter, ruled in favor of Fuller’s petition and ordered his reinstatement to the practice of law.

Mr. Randall Fuller has been licensed in Minnesota, license no. 0180762.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.