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Breach of Fiduciary
Following is the 64th 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 financial and similar types of arrangements with non-lawyers. This Rule of Professional Conduct, as revised,...
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Following is the 64th 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 financial and similar types of arrangements with nonlawyers. This Rule of Professional Conduct, as revised,...
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Following is the 56th 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 financial and similar arrangements made with non-lawyers. (The summary of this rule, which follows the...
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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 54th 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 financial arrangements with non-lawyers. This Rule of Professional Conduct, as revised, is as follows: Rule...
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Following is the seventeenth in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). This rule is found in Chapter 3, which is titled “Advocate.” This is a new rule, not a revision of a previous one. CBA’s Rule 3.2 addresses “delay of litigation” and can be...
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Following is the sixteenth in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). As with the last post, this entry falls under the category of “Counselor” and is found in Chapter 2 of the new rules. This is a new rule, not merely a revision of...
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Following is the fifteenth in a series of posts about recent changes to the California Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC). This one falls under the category of “Counselor,” and is found in Chapter 2 of the new rules. The topic of Rule 2.1 is “advisor.” As with other new RPC rules, Rule 2.1...
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Following is the fourteenth 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 “duties to a prospective client.” As with other new RPC rules, Rule 1.18 does not directly correspond to a...
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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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