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Attorneys and PL Underwriters Take Notice: ABA Ethics Committee Urges Lawyers to Warn Clients About Risks of Emailing From Employer's Computer Systems

The ABA has issued a formal ethics opinion that provides guidance to lawyers whose clients use an employer's email account to send or receive email from counsel. In Formal Opinion 11-459, the Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility urges … Continue reading

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Making Lawyers Behave Nicely With Each Other

The Florida Supreme Court wants lawyers to behave nicely with respect to their opponents. Here's how the court's recent action is described in a press release by the American Board of Trial Advocates: Commenting that `concerns have grown about acts … Continue reading

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Labor regulations to reach lawyers involved in campaigns to persuade workers not to sign union cards

Overlawyered has news of labor regulations that would require financial disclosures from various professionals, including lawyers, if the professional is involved in campaigns to persuade workers not to sign union cards. (Overlawyered links to Labor Union Report, and it's fair … Continue reading

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Florida Lawyers Must be on Best Behavior

Civility is lacking in the practice of law, according to the Supreme Court of Florida. As an inducement to better behavior, the Oath of Admission to The Florida Bar will now contain the following pledge: To opposing parties and their … Continue reading

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Nozbe for lawyers … NOT!

From time to time I like to remind people that before you agree to download, install, sign up for, integrate or populate any technology, you MUST read the FULL Terms of Service, and you MUST understand what you are agreeing … Continue reading

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