Steven Jay Brock was admitted to the California Bar 19th February 2006, but has since been disbarred. Steven graduated from Western State University COL.

Lawyer Information

NameSteven Jay Brock
First Admitted19 February 2006 (16 years, 7 months ago)
StatusDisbarred
Bar Number241870
Practice AreasAppellate Practice
Business Law
Civil Rights
Constitutional Law
Contracts
Corporate Law
Criminal Law
Employee Benefits
Government
Labor & Employment
Litigation
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury
Professional Liability
Trusts & Estates

Contact

Current Email[email protected]
Websitehttp://www.sjbinc.net
Phone Number909-627-8190
Fax Number909-474-8880

School

Law SchoolWestern State University COL (Fullerton CA)

Address

Current AddressLaw Offices STEVEN JAY BROCK, INC, APLC, 14071 Peyton Dr Unit 430
Chino Hills, CA 91709
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History

29 May 2016Disbarred (6 years, 4 months ago)
Disbarment 14-O-03800
10 October 2015Not eligible to practice law in CA (6 years, 11 months ago)
Ordered inactive 14-O-03800
10 April 2015Not eligible to practice law in CA (7 years, 5 months ago)
Ordered inactive 14-O-03800
5 December 2014Disciplinary charges filed in State Bar Court 14-O-03800 (7 years, 9 months ago)
19 February 2006Admitted to the State Bar of California (16 years, 7 months ago)

Discipline Summaries

May 29, 2016

STEVEN JAY BROCK [#241870], 55, of Chino Hills, was disbarred May 29, 2016 and ordered to comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court.

Brock was disbarred after his default was entered for failing to respond to a notice of disciplinary charges. He did not seek to have the default set aside or vacated as required under rule 5.85 of the State Bar’s Rules of Procedure, so he was disbarred and the charges against him were deemed admitted.

Brock failed to perform competently in a civil action by not responding to discovery requests, motions to compel discovery responses or a motion for terminating sanctions, and not returning an executed substitution of attorney form to his new attorney. He also improperly withdrew from employment and failed to communicate with his client, release a file, render accounts of client funds or respond to a State Bar letter inquiring about the allegations against him.