Formal Ethics Opinion 92-365 (Downloadable PDF)

Formal Ethics Opinion 92-365 (Downloadable PDF)

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Trade Associations as Clients A lawyer who represents a trade association may not represent a client litigating against an individual member of the association if the individual member stands in a client-lawyer relationship with the lawyer, unless (1) the lawyer reasonably believes his or her relationship to the individual member ...

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Trade Associations as Clients A lawyer who represents a trade association may not represent a client litigating against an individual member of the association if the individual member stands in a client-lawyer relationship with the lawyer, unless (1) the lawyer reasonably believes his or her...
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