An appellate ruling OK’ing the use of so-called ethical walls was denied review Thursday despite requests by solos and small-firm practitioners that it be reversed or depublished.
The California high court’s action lets stand a ruling that muddied the waters about when law firms can be disqualified over an attorney’s client conflicts.
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