Reporter's Explanation of Changes
1. Paragraph (b): Add "for" and substitute "on" for "in"
These changes are stylistic and grammatical. No change in substance is intended.
2. Paragraph (d): Change "when it is apparent" to "the lawyer knows or reasonably should know"
This change clarifies the scienter requirement in this paragraph, using defined terminology and a construction that appears elsewhere in the Rules. See, e.g., Rule 4.3.
 These changes are stylistic. No change in substance is intended.
 This change is stylistic. No change in substance is intended.
 This modification of Comment  is designed to more accurately reflect prevailing law regarding the identity of a government client. Although ultimately the identity of the client is a question of law beyond these Rules, the Commission believes that the limited guidance provided in this revised Comment is helpful.