What types of information can a lawyer ethically keep to himself, especially if he is uniquely positioned to know with "reasonable certainty" that if he does not immediately inform a person of an injury or condition, the injury will worsen to the point of substantial bodily harm or death? Joel Cohen and Katherine A. Helm examine the issues in this celebrated age of transparency.
When a Lawyer Knows of Reasonably Certain Death
Special to Law.com
February 1, 2010