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Rules of Conduct
|Paralegal Regulation||Confidentiality||Conflicts of Interest||Competence & Negligence|
Find the index to the rules here:
|Rule 1.6||Rule 1.7-1.13||.|
|UPL||UPL/Misrepresentation||Attorney/Client Privilege||Advertising/Solicitation||Client Trust Accounts|
|Rule 5.5||.||Hospital personnel were neither the defendant's
nor his attorney's agents so the state's grand jury subpoena of the
test results did not violate the attorney-client privilege.
Commonwealth v. Senior, 433 Mass. 453, 744 N.E.2d 614 (Mass. 2001).
||Rule 7.2 - 7.3||Rule 1.15|
|Fair Fees||Paralegal Fees||Intimate Relations with Clients||Drug/Alcohol Abuse||Pro Bono|
|Richlin v. Chertoff 2008 US Supreme Court recovery of paralegal fees||.||
|Special Duties of the Prosecutor||Overly Zealous Conduct||Misc.
|Rule 3.8||.||Attorney's lien; Libner v. Maine County
Commissioners' Assn., 2004 ME 39 (Me. 3/26/2004)
|Rule 8.3||Please report broken links|