Formal Ethics Opinion 93-370 (downloadable pdf)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 93-370 (downloadable pdf)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 93-370 (downloadable pdf)

    A lawyer should not, absent informed client consent, reveal to a judge the limits of the lawyer's settlement authority or the lawyer's advice to the client regarding settlement.
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    Judicial Participation in Pretrial Settlement Negotiations A lawyer should not, absent informed client consent, reveal to a judge the limits of the lawyer's settlement authority or the lawyer's advice to the client regarding settlement. A judge participating in pretrial settlement discussions may inquire as to a lawyer's settlement authority or advice to the client concerning settlement terms, but should not require a lawyer to make such disclosures where the information is subject to Rule 1.6 and the lawyer does not have authority to disclose them.

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    Center For Professional Responsibility

    Product Code

    5611100370

    Publication Date

    2/1/1993 12:00:00 AM

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