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special/Legal Ethics

In the Matter of Ethics

By Brian Slome


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Partners, associates and ethics

By J. Randolph Evans, Shari Klevens

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An anticipated evolution of fee-sharing

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

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Bar unleashes attorney blogging opinion

By Wendy W.Y. Chang

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True Retainers: A Rare Breed

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Mandatory fee arbitration: a primer

By Kenneth E. Bacon

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Can California lawyers ethically light up?

By Wendy L. Patrick

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Other People's Money


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Be civil, for clients' sake

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

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Walking the thin zealous, ethical advocacy line

By Michele Trausch

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High court weighs new prosecutor rules

By Wendy W.Y. Chang

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Fee Disgorgement


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