Billings Lawyer Brian Kohn's Law Office Practices Are "Abysmal", "Fly by the seat of your pants" Law Office

February 11, 2018






To see the actual history of Brian Kohn and what led up to this incident, click on the following link and get informed.


by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Syndicated by: Montana News

Billings, Montana--//MNA Press//-- Billings man Brian Kohn  runs his law practice “fly by the seat of your pants.” And fails to comply with mandatory rules and reporting requirements. 


Brian Kohn’s law office practices are “Abysmal.”


Brian Kohn’s desire to practice law appears to be “insincere.”


In other words, in plain English, Brian Kohn operates as a BAD ATTORNEY.


According to the Commission on Practice of the Supreme Court of Montana., Billings man Brian Kohn was issued a findings of fact, conclusion of law and recommendations that was handed down by the Supreme Court.


Brian Kohn was admitted to practice law back in 1994 and he took an oath to abide by the highest standards of honesty, justice, and morality and to abide by the ethical conduct standards for attorneys that are licensed to practice in the state of Montana.


The Adjudicatory panel reached the following legal conclusions:


Brian Kohn did not fail to provide his client Mr. Beeman with competent representation in violation of Rule 1.1 MRPC


Brian Kohn did fail to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing Mr. Beeman was is in violation of Rule 1.3,MRPC


Brian Kohn did not fail to keep Mr. Beeman his client, reasonably informed


Brian Kohn failed to take steps to the extent reasonably practicable to protect a client’s interest including, but not limited to returning unearned fees in violation of Rule 1.16(d), MRPC


Brian Kohn failed to comply with requirements of Rules 30 and 32, MRLDE, by disobeying obligations under the rules of a tribunal in violation of Rule 3,4(c), MRPC


Brian Kohn did not make false statements, commit perjury or falsely swear.


Brian Kohn failed to respond to ODC’s request for information and is in violation of Rule 8.1(b), MRPC

Brian Kohn’s  failure to respond to the ODC’s request for information is a ground for discipline pursuant to Rule 8A96),MRLDE (2011)



A suspension for his being able to practice law will be for a period of not less than seven (7) months, to commence upon entry of this Court’s order of Discipline in these proceedings.


Brian Kohn is to reimburse to Mr. Beeman the amount of $850.00 with statutory rate of interest in effect at the time of the refund and Brian Kohn has to pay costs of the proceedings in accordance tithe the practice of this Court.


The Rationale for the recommendations clearly stated that Brian Kohn does not have procedures in place to consistently provide clients automatically with copies of all pleadings, correspondence and electronic communications relating to their cases.


Brian Kohn’s law office practices are an “Abysmal” which is clearly reflected in his records he attempted to produce to the ODC.


To see the actual history of Brian Kohn and what led up to this incident, click on the following link and get informed.



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