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A wealth of articles, columns and case digests examining all the various aspects of attorney ethics and discipline, from quit hit news stories to deep analysis to "how to" or cautionary columns and stories.
By Jacqueline Thomsen | June 18, 2021
"Gross misconduct by members of the bar—be they private attorneys or the Attorney General of the United States—seriously stains the reputation of the legal profession with the general public, and also, no doubt, tempts other lawyers to skirt ethical boundaries," the attorneys wrote.
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By Tomas Suros | June 18, 2021
In response to widespread changes in the use of technology, and evaluating the potential risks of remote work and the rise of virtual meeting platforms, the ABA made it clear that lawyers are permitted to conduct their practices virtually, but urges caution at all times.
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By Bruce Love | June 17, 2021
The latest complaint was filed after Denmark this year obtained new documents about the partner's role in the scheme, a newly-filed complaint said.
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By Samuel C. Stretton | June 17, 2021
I was looking at the Rule of Professional Conduct Rule 1.6, the confidentiality rule, and I am curious if my fee letter with a client is confidential and within the privilege. Is it?
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By Charles Toutant | June 17, 2021
The attorney is being held in a halfway house in Miami, according to the Bureau of Prisons.
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By Angela Morris | June 16, 2021
"I was taught that doing what is right is not always popular, and doing what is popular is not always right," said Mike Fields, chairman of a bar task force that reviewed the grievance system. "Chilling the public's ability to make complaints against lawyers will be the death knell for the bar."
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By Joel R. Brandes and Chris McDonough | June 16, 2021
The rules of professional conduct prohibiting ex parte communications appear to be simple. However, the nuances that are discussed in this article need to be understood to avoid running afoul of the Rules.
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By P.J. D'Annunzio | June 15, 2021
A federal judge has ordered $8,500 in sanctions against a plaintiffs attorney who repeatedly interrupted and interjected during a deposition in a dental malpractice case to the point where defense counsel could not participate.
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By Jason Grant | June 15, 2021
Lawrence A. Doris has been disbarred after ignoring some nine attempts by a disciplinary committee to reach him, then being suspended, then failing to respond again after the committee sought to have further investigatory or disciplinary proceedings, according to state appellate court decisions.
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