Formal Ethics Opinion 92-367 (Downloadable PDF)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 92-367 (Downloadable PDF)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 92-367 (Downloadable PDF)

    This covers a lawyer who in the course of representing a client examines another client as an adverse witness.
    $7
    NON-MEMBERS
    $7
    MEMBERS
    $0
    SECTION MEMBERS
    *Additional discounts may apply at checkout

    Log In to view your rate

    Join now to receive additional discounts
    Join and Buy – NOW
    Lawyer Examining a Client as an Adverse Witness, Or Conducting Third Party Discovery of the Client A lawyer who in the course of representing a client examines another client as an adverse witness in a matter unrelated to the lawyer's representation of the other client, or conducts third party discovery of the client in such a matter, will likely face a conflict that is disqualifying in the absence of appropriate client consent. Any such disqualification will also be imputed to other lawyers in the lawyer's firm.

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    Center For Professional Responsibility

    Product Code

    5611100367

    Publication Date

    10/1/1992 12:00:00 AM

    Related On-Demand CLE

    Related Events