Last month's vote by the ABA to relax its model rules on client confidentiality has been strongly attacked by many of the leading state bars. But clients support the reforms, says Susan Hackett of the American Corporate Counsel Association
Shortly after Enron and other similar financial scandals, the American Bar Association (ABA) convened a Task Force of Corporate Responsibility. The task force issued a final report in April of this year setting out three key proposals.
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