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4.4 Respect for rights of third persons Archives

January 4, 2003

03-04 - May a lawyer threaten to present criminal charges against an opposing party or witness during negotiations in a private civil matter?

Issued October 14, 2003

¶1 Issue: May a lawyer threaten to present criminal charges against an opposing party or witness during negotiations in a private civil matter?

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December 18, 1997

96-01 - May a lawyer representing a defendant in multiple lawsuits asserting similar claims initiate and conduct ex parte communications with former plaintiffs who have settled their claims?

(Approved April 26, 1996)

Issue: May a lawyer representing a defendant in multiple lawsuits asserting similar claims initiate and conduct ex parte communications with former plaintiffs who have settled their claims?

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