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January 6, 2007

07-02 - If an attorney guardian ad litem is appointed by a court for a person, may another attorney communicate with the person about the subject of the representation without the prior consent of the attorney guardian ad litem?

(Approved February 25, 1993)

Issue: May an attorney give a "second opinion" on a legal matter, when approached by a non-client who is represented by counsel?

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