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3.7. Lawyer as witness Archives

January 4, 2004

04-02 - May a plaintiff’s lawyer continue to represent the plaintiff in a legal malpractice action when opposing counsel has announced an intention to call plaintiff’s lawyer as a witness?

April 19, 2004

¶1 ISSUE: May a plaintiff’s lawyer continue to represent the plaintiff in a legal malpractice action when opposing counsel has announced an intention to call plaintiff’s lawyer as a witness?

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