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Rules of Conduct
|Paralegal Regulation||Confidentiality||Conflicts of Interest||Competence & Negligence|
|UPL||UPL/Misrepresentation||Attorney/Client Privilege||Advertising/Solicitation||Client Trust Accounts|
|Title 4, Section 807||.||Extensive discussion of A/C and Work Product
privileges, State of Maine v. U.S. Dept. of Interior, 298 F.3d
Counsel's inadvertent disclosure of a memorandum to opposing counsel, which summarized a telephone conference between counsel and his client, did not constitute a waiver of the attorney-client privilege, where the document was mistakenly placed in boxes of unprivileged documents that were available to opposing counsel to photocopy and the memorandum in question was labeled "confidential and legally privileged." Corey v. Norman, Hanson & DeTroy, 742 A.2d 933, 1999 ME 196 (Me. 1999).
Search "Verrill Dana" and "Ellie Rommel" for articles about a secretary who reported a lawyer for theft from clients
Or search "John D. Duncan" and "Maine bar"
|Fair Fees||Paralegal Fees||Intimate Relations with Clients||Drug/Alcohol Abuse||Pro Bono|
|Richlin v. Chertoff 2008 US Supreme Court recovery of paralegal fees||.||me-lap.org||vlp.org|
|Special Duties of the Prosecutor||Overly Zealous Conduct||Misc.
|.||.||Attorney's lien; Libner v. Maine County
Commissioners' Assn., 2004 ME 39 (Me. 3/26/2004)
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