Establishing a relationship of trust with opposing counsel will be a greater benefit to the case than a game of "hide the ball," explains Jamie Jacobs-May of JAMS.
Limiting the definition to legal services to the poor might deter some lawyers from donating their time, says Esther Lardent.
Attorneys should be particularly mindful of privacy violations given their duty of secrecy to clients, explains Rian Jorgensen of Ahern Insurance. Brokerage.
State bars and courts are beginning to grapple with online interactions, ethics and discoverability of information, explains Kevin L. Nichols of KLN Consulting.
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