The law school texts spend a lot of time on principles developed in cases like Nix v. Whiteside, but that's not relevant to the day-to-day practice of most lawyers. Using demonstrations and real-life examples, this panel will explore how Model Rule 3.3 actually works in civil discovery, in ADR, and in court, and offer tips on the most effective techniques for teaching practicing lawyers about their professional duties in this context.

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