Formal Ethics Opinion 03-431 (ebook)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 03-431 (ebook)

    Formal Ethics Opinion 03-431 (ebook)

    A lawyer who believes that another lawyer's known violations of disciplinary rules raise substantial questions about her fitness to practice must report those violations to the appropriate professional authority.
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    A lawyer who believes that another lawyer's known violations of disciplinary rules raise substantial questions about her fitness to practice must report those violations to the appropriate professional authority. A lawyer who believes that another lawyer's mental condition materially impairs her ability to represent clients, and who knows that that lawyer continues to do so, must report that lawyer's consequent violation of Rule 1.16(b)(2), which requires that she withdraw from the representation of clients.

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