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Kander Bars St. Louis Attorney from Doing Business in Missouri

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — A St. Louis attorney is losing her license to practice law for three years.

Secretary of State Jason Kander says Lisa Krempasky’s error was running a real estate investment scheme — even though she’s not registered to sell investments in Missouri.

“My office will not tolerate fraudulent business dealings in Missouri,” Kander said. “I encourage Missourians to call my office prior to turning over their hard-earned savings to confirm that both the person offering the investment and the investment being sold are registered.”

In addition to turning over her license to practice law for three years, Krepansky must also pay $5,000 in restitution and won’t be able to register in Missouri as a broker-dealer agent or investment adviser.

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