California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 6093.5

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Upon request, the State Bar shall notify a complainant of the status of his or her complaint and shall provide him or her with a written summary of any response by the attorney to his or her complaint if the response was the basis for dismissal of the complaint.  A complainant shall be notified in writing of the disposition of his or her complaint, and of the reasons for the disposition.

Receipt of a written complaint shall be acknowledged by the State Bar within two weeks of its receipt.

A complainant may also designate another person as his or her agent to receive copies of the information to which he or she is entitled pursuant to this section.  This is in addition to any designation by a complainant of one of his or her elected representatives to receive the information.

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