"Jeff was able to execute complex transactions with a deep substantive legal knowledge and commercial understanding of the needs of all parties," said Carmen Wehmeier, an Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe associate who worked with Kayes. "More importantly though, he would show up every day with a warm heart and tremendous sense of humor, and for this, he was truly loved by clients, opposing counsel and associates alike."
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"As a general rule, the annulment of a lawyer's license to practice law does not moot or void sanctions imposed in relation to a prior or concurrent disciplinary matter unless the subsequent or concurrent annulment contains language specifically voiding other properly imposed sanctions," Justice Tim Armstead wrote on behalf of the court.