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6 Ethics & Prof. 1 (2011-2012)

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Lawyer Websites: ABA Formal Opinion 10-457 and Beyond
A website revision is definitely in order, but can you accomplish it without running afoul of the ABA Model
Rules of Professional Conduct or their state counterparts?
Loyalty under Attack: The Pernicious Prospective Waiver
Any prospective waiver should be subject to challenge by the affected client if the client can make a
reasonable argument that the client's consent now turns out to be uninformed.
Contract Freedom, Advance Conflict Waivers: Fair Play for Consenting Adults
The following is a dramatization in three acts of a situation that, in words or substance, regularly occurs in
the United States.
Accused of Bias, Judae Recuses Himself from 17 Ongoing Cases
Recent decisions enhance prosecutors' ability to conduct international investigations at a time when the
DOJ is aggressively targeting international antitrust and FCPA violations.
Service During Disaster as a Form of Professionalism
Recent weather-related disasters in the United States have heightened the importance of humility and
assistance in the legal profession.
News & Developments *
Judqe Recommends Vigilante Justice, Garners Suspension
A Mississippi County Justice Court judge was suspended for nine months after the judge recommended
that citizens take fighting crime into their own hands.
Third Circuit Overturns Sanctions for Rule 3.5 Violation
In a case of first impression, the Third Circuit overturned a magistrate judge's order finding that an
attorney violated Rule 3.5 of the Rules of Professional Conduct.
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portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database
or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association.
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