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|Paralegal Regulation||Confidentiality||Conflicts of Interest||Competence & Negligence|
| Vermont Bar Assn.
Vermont Statutes online
See Chapter 23 for licensing of lawyers
| Vermont Paralegal Assn.
||Rule 1.6||filing a complaint against your attorney does not necessarily create a conflict of interest. State v. Stanley, 933 A.2d 184, 2007 VT 64 (Vt., 2007).||.Must prove attorney's negligence was the proximate cause of damages. Cannata v. Wiener, 789 A.2d 936 (2001)|
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Attorney General may take action for criminal prosecution and it "may" be possible
for aggrieved persons to seek a remedy under the Vermont consumer fraud statutes. .
VBA Advisory Ethics Opinion 88-04
|.||Rule 502 Look in Michie.com and click on Vermont
"Injury experts" violates Rule 7.1 In re PRB, Docket 2002.093 No.
2003-519, June Term, 2004
|Managing Trust Account Manual.|
|Fair Fees||Paralegal Fees||Intimate Relations with Clients||Drug/Alcohol Abuse||Pro Bono|
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