When an attorney leaves one firm for another, can he take a copy of the firm’s client list with him? What if that associate tries to use the client list to lure away clients?

Well, the associate can’t take the list or use it. And the associate can be forced to give back to the firm all copies of the list, and also be required to notify the former firm of every client contact made.

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