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Comments Off on Responding to Client’s Fraud: The Controlling Rules
By Linda Galler [Originally published in NYPRR June 2002] That should you do if a client has used your legal services to commit fraud or engage in a criminal act? That question was recently addressed by the Nassau County Bar Association Committee on...
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Comments Off on ‘Noisy Withdrawal’ from Client’s Fraud
By Mary C. Daly [Originally published in NYPRR August 2000] This article discusses DR 4-101(C)(5), an often overlooked provision in the Code that permits a “noisy withdrawal,” allowing a lawyer to disclose protected client information in...