IN RE JOHNSON
United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Maryland, Baltimore Division.
Filed: October 19, 2012.
17. In April 2012, Mancini amended his name-change petition, thereby asking that the state court to change Mancini's name to "Michael Antonio Mancini" rather than the originally-requested "A. Michael Scalia."
18. In June 2012, Mancini's request was granted and his name was legally changed from "Michael Antonio Lonardo" to "Michael Antonio Mancini."
19. There was no point in time during which Mancini's actual name was "A. Michael Scalia."Defendants' Public Persona Implied They Were Attorneys
20. The Defendants conducted business out of offices located in Baltimore City, Maryland.
21. In July 2012, the Assistant United States Trustee stationed in Baltimore, along with an attorney and an investigator from the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission, met with and interviewed Mancini at his offices on Harford Road in Baltimore City.
22. The Assistant United States Trustee testified that the office was decorated to look like a law office, including containing shelves of law books.