New Jersey

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 Rules of Conduct

Paralegal Regulation Confidentiality Conflicts of Interest Competence & Negligence

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njsbf.org (foundation)

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Rule 5.3 Rule 1.6 Rule 1.7-1.12

Rule 1.1

See Rule 1.8(h)

UPL UPL/Misrepresentation Attorney/Client Privilege Advertising/Solicitation Client Trust Accounts

A NJ lawyer was disciplined for sending his paralegal to court (2008)

To find articles about this, search her name: Lisa Sufaru

Rule 5.5

. The person asserting the attorney-client privilege bears the burden to prove it applies to any given communication. Horon Holding Corp. v. McKenzie, 341 N.J.Super. 117, 775 A.2d 111 (N.J.Super.A.D. 2001). Rule 7.2 - 7.5 Rule 1.15
Fair Fees Paralegal Fees Intimate Relations with Clients Drug/Alcohol Abuse Pro Bono
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Richlin v. Chertoff 2008 US Supreme Court recovery of paralegal fees

 

. New Jersey LAP

See Rule 1.8(e)(2)

See Rule 6.1

Special Duties of the Prosecutor Overly Zealous Conduct Misc.

 

Reporting Misconduct .
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