Ethics Opinions

The Association of the Bar of the City of New York Committee on Professional and Judicial Ethics

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Formal Opinion 2007-1: Applicability of Dr 7-104 (The “no-contact Rule”) To Contacts with In-house Counsel

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Formal Opinion 2006-3: Outsourcing Legal Support Services Overseas, Avoiding Aiding a Non-Lawyer in the Unauthorized Practice of Law, Supervision of Non-Lawyers, Competent Representation, Preserving Client Confidences and Secrets, Conflicts Checking, Appropriate Billing, Client Consent

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Formal Opinion 2006-2: Duties to Prospective Clients; Beauty Contests; Advance Conflict Waivers; Imputation of Conflicts; Screens

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Formal Opinion 2006-1: Multiple Representations; Informed Consent; Waiver of Conflicts

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Formal Opinion 2005-06: Retired attorneys’ use of professional letterhead and special disclosure obligations to clients and prospective clients

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Formal Opinion 2005-05: Unforeseeable Concurrent Client Conflicts

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Formal Opinion 2005-04: Communications with Insurance Adjusters in Litigation Where the Insurance Company Is a Party

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Formal Opinion 2005-03: Voluntary Attorney Testimony Concerning Former Clients

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Formal Opinion 2005-02: Conflicts Arising Solely from Possession of Confidential Information of Another Client

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Formal Opinion 2005-01: Pro Bono Consumer Bankruptcy Representation

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Formal Opinion 2004-03: Government Lawyer Conflicts: Representing a Government Agency and Its Constituents

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Formal Opinion 2004-02: Representing Corporations and Their Constituents in the Context of Governmental Investigations

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