The Disciplinary Review Board having filed a report with the Supreme Court recommending that HARRY J. ROBINOVITZ, of SOMERVILLE, who was admitted to the Bar of this State in 1939, be deemed eligible to apply for restoration to the practice of law, subject to certain conditions, and good cause appearing;
It is ORDERED that the findings of the Disciplinary Review Board are hereby adopted; and it is further
Ordered that HARRY J. ROBINOVITZ may make application for restoration to the practice of law subject to his presentation of medical evidence that he is physically and mentally competent to practice law and subject further to the Disciplinary Review Board's approval of an attorney or law firm who will supervise daily respondent's practice for a period of one year and until further order of this Court; and it is further
Ordered that the April 2, 1979, Order of this Court suspending HARRY R. ROBINOVITZ shall remain in effect until further order of this Court; and it is further
Ordered that respondent shall continue to comply with Administrative Guideline No. 23 of the Office of Attorney Ethics; and it is further
Ordered that the Decision and Recommendation of the Disciplinary Review Board, together with this order and the full record of the matter, be added as a permanent part of the file of said HARRY J. ROBINOVITZ as an attorney at law of the State of New Jersey; and it is further
Ordered that HARRY J. ROBINOVITZ reimburse the Ethics Financial Committee for appropriate administrative costs.
Decision and Recommendation of the Disciplinary Review Board
This matter is before the Board based on a stipulated presentment filed by the Office of Attorney Ethics. The stipulation, signed by the parties on September 24, 1984, provides as follows:
THIS STIPULATION IS MADE AND ENTERED INTO BETWEEN Harry J. Robinovitz, the Respondent, and Richard J. Engelhardt, Counsel to Director, Office of Attorney Ethics.
WHEREAS, a formal ethic [sic] complaint was filed against respondent on November 14, 1979*fn* bringing into question the ...