Professional Responsibility

Tales of Woe: An Update on Two Disturbing Issues

, New York Law Journal

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Anthony E. Davis, in his Professional Responsibility column, revisits the topics of the differing office requirements for New York admitted lawyers who reside outside New York and the rules governing identically qualified lawyers who do reside in the state, and inadvertent disclosure, particularly the duties of lawyers who, through no fault of their own, receive messages or documents that were not intended for their eyes.

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