Formal Ethics Opinion 11-460: Duty when Lawyer Receives Copies of a Third Party's Email Communications with Counsel

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When an employer's lawyer receives copies of an employees private communications with counsel, which the employer located in the employee's business e-mail file or on the employee's workplace computer or other device, neither ...

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When an employer's lawyer receives copies of an employee's private communications with counsel, which the employer located in the employee's business e-mail file or on the employee's workplace computer or other device, neither Rule 4.4(b) nor any other Rule requires the employer's lawyer to notify...
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