Formal Opinion 95-393 (PDF)

    Formal Opinion 95-393 (PDF)

    Formal Opinion 95-393 (PDF)

    Disclosure of Client Files to Non-Lawyer Supervisors
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    Disclosure of Client Files to Non-Lawyer Supervisors A lawyer employed in a government elder care office may disclose to a nonlawyer supervisor information relating to the representation if such disclosure will help to carry out the client's representation. If it will not be so used, disclosure is permissible under Rule 1.6 only if the client has expressly consented to it after consultation. In the absence of such consent the lawyer may disclose data from client files only in a way that does not compromise the confidentiality of any particular client's data or permit the client to be identified or the data to be traced to that client.

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    Publication Date

    4/1/1995 12:00:00 AM

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