Monthly Archives: May 2020

New Jersey lawyer suspended for, inter alia, revealing confidential information in review of former client’s business

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert, which will discuss recent New Jersey Supreme Court opinion which imposed a one year suspension on a lawyer for, inter alia, providing a negative public review of a client’s business on Yelp and … Continue reading

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Utah Supreme Court proposals would permit non-lawyers to own law firms and share fees with lawyers

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert, which will discuss recent Utah Supreme Court proposals which would permit non-lawyers to own law firms, share fees with lawyers, and make other significant revisions.  The link with the Utah Supreme Court … Continue reading

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