Despite appearances, it’s spring and Donald Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen have provided us with a brand new crop of ethics issues. Let’s take a look at the issues that have come up and how they would be treated under the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct.

First, unless you have been on a complete vacation from the news, you have already heard and read a lot about the Stormy Daniels matter. (FYI: a news vacation is possible; read about one man’s break from reality here: https://tinyurl.com/y95lh7az.)

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