January 10, 2020 Feature

Resolving Ethics Questions in Good Faith

When considering whether to make a particular disclosure to the court, it is important to come to a conclusion based on a genuine, reasonable effort to get the right answer.

Bruce A. Green

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In litigation, must I reveal something that the judge would probably want to know but that will hurt my client? Professional conduct rules, judicial decisions, and bar association ethics opinions helpfully tell us, “Sometimes yes, sometimes no.”

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