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Sandra Mazer Moss Sandra Mazer Moss

Ethical behavior is nothing new and does not have to be reinvented as it is always “in style.” However, in the olden days, when I was practicing law for the first time and even later when I was on the bench, we took ethical behavior for granted. We never really talked about it. You were supposed to be ethical in the practice of law and so you were—or at least you pretended to be. Today there is more of a focus on examining attorney behavior during discovery, in the courtroom and at mediation analyzing whether behavior, while entirely legal, can still present ethical problems.

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