A lawyer admitted to practice and in good standing in a jurisdiction is permitted to engage in limited activities in a jurisdiction where not admitted to practice to the extent defined by one or more of the following limited activites:
- The lawyer is authorized by law or order to appear before a tribunal or administrative agency;
- The lawyer is preparing for a potential proceeding or hearing in which the lawyer reasonably expects to be authorized by law or order to appear before a tribunal or administrative agency related to such matter;
- The lawyer is an employee acting only on behalf of the employer, or on behalf of the employer's employees or affiliates, in connection with the employer's matters; provided such matter does not involve delivering legal services to third parties;
- The lawyer is an employee of a governmental agency in the performance of employment duties;
- The lawyer acts with respect to a matter that arises out of or is reasonably related to the lawyer's representation of a client in a jurisdiction in which the lawyer is admitted to practice; or
- The lawyer is associated in a particular matter with a lawyer who: (a) is admitted to practice within the jurisdiction where services are being delivered, and (b) provides substantive legal services in connection with the representation.
- A lawyer shall not assist another person in the unauthorized practice of law or to circumvent or violate a statute or rule regulating the practice of law or a lawyer's professional conduct.
- Activities addressed by this Accord shall be governed by and subject to such statutes and rules of the lawyer's jurisdiction of admission and the jurisdiction where services are delivered.
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