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    Formal Ethics Opinion 06-439 (ebook)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 06-439 (ebook)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 06-439 (ebook)

    Lawyer's Obligation of Truthfulness When Representing a Client in Negotiation: Application to Caucused Mediation Under Model Rule 4.1, in the context of a negotiation, including a caucused mediation, a lawyer representing a client may not make a false statement of material fact to a third person.
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    Statements regarding a party's negotiating goals or its willingness to compromise, as well as statements that can fairly be characterized as negotiation "puffing", ordinarily are not considered "false statements of material fact" within the meaning of the Model Rules.  This booklet covers that and more.

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    4/1/2006 12:00:00 AM

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