Ethics Complaint Form

Thank you for contacting NALSC regarding potential violations of the NALSC Code of Ethics® (“The Code”) which you believe may have been committed by a current NALSC member. We encourage the filing of meritorious complaints and will process them according to our procedures. Please complete the form below and we will process it accordingly. An acknowledgement of receipt will be sent to you.

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In the space below, please detail the specific facts and allegations supporting your complaint as well as the specific Code provisions you believe, in good faith, were violated. Please redact any confidential information that is not relevant or necessary for a proper review of your complaint. Also, please note that if the alleged violator is not a current member of NALSC, we cannot render a formal opinion as to their conduct nor adjudicate your complaint.
By filing an ethics complaint against a NALSC Member (an "Ethics Complaint"), you agree that neither NALSC, nor any of its officers, directors, employees, agents, or representatives (each, a "NALSC Representative"), shall be liable to you, your firm, or any other person or entity, in connection with the review, investigation or adjudication of the Ethics Complaint, or the outcome thereof, or any other aspect of the Ethics Complaint process. In connection therewith, you agree, to the fullest extent permitted by law, that neither you, nor your firm, nor any other individual or entity operating on your behalf, will sue, bring a claim, or file a charge, complaint, grievance, or demand for arbitration against NALSC or any NALSC Representative in any forum or assist or otherwise participate willingly or voluntarily in any lawsuit, claim, arbitration, action, or other proceeding of any kind that relates in any way to NALSC's review, investigation or adjudication of the Ethics Complaint. To the extent any such action may be brought by a third party, you expressly waive any claim to any form of monetary or other damages, or any other form of recovery or relief (including reasonable attorney fees and expenses), from NALSC or any NALSC Representative in connection with any such action

NALSC Chair of Ethics

Dan Binstock, Esq.
Garrison & Sisson
2200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, 4th Fl East Tower
Washington, DC 20037
202-429- 5630
Fax: 202-659- 2028
Dbinstock@g-s.com