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Port Parker
Following is the 55th post in a series from Parker Law Group about recent changes to the California Bar Association (CBA)’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). This rule is found in Chapter 5 – “Law Firms and Associations,” focusing on the employment of attorneys who have been disbarred or suspended, or who have resigned or...
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Following is the 21st post in a series about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). This rule is found in Chapter 4, which is titled “Transactions with Persons Other than Clients.” As this is a new rule, it is not a revision of a previous rule. CBA’s Rule 4.4...
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Following is the thirteenth in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relations.” This post discusses a new rule related to “former judges, arbitrators, mediators, or other neutral third parties.” As with other new RPC rules, Rule 1.12 does not...
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Following is the twelfth in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relations” – related to “special conflicts of interest for former and current government officials and employees.” As with other new RPC rules, Rule 1.11 does not directly correspond...
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Following is the eleventh in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relations” – related to “imputation of conflicts of interest.” As with Rules 1.2, 1.8.2, and 1.8.11 of the new RPC, Rule 1.10 does not directly correspond to any...
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Following is the tenth in a series of posts by Parker Law Group reflecting recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relationship” – related to the “imputation of prohibitions under Rules 1.8.1 to 1.8.9.” The Rule of Professional Conduct is as follows: Rule 1.8.11 Imputation...
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Following is the ninth in a series of posts from Parker Law Group reflecting recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relations” – related to the “use of a current client’s information.” The Rule of Professional Conduct is as follows: Rule 1.8.2 Use of Current...
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Following is the eighth in a series of posts from Parker Law Group reflecting recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relations” – related to “scope of representation and allocation of authority.” The Rule of Professional Conduct is as follows: Rule 1.2 Scope of Representation...
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Following is the seventh in a series of posts from Parker Law Group reflecting recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). As with our earlier posts, this one comes under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relationship,” but was formerly under “Financial Relationship with Clients” – related to a client’s funds and...
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Following is the sixth in a series of posts from Parker Law Group reflecting on recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC), under the category of “Lawyer-Client Relationship,” focusing on “conflict of interest involving current clients.” The Rule of Professional Conduct, as revised, is as follows: Rule 1.7 Conflict of...
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