Communication With Non-Clients, Ethically

, New York Law Journal

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Devika Kewalramani, a partner at Moses & Singer, and Christina M. Gaudio, an associate at the firm, write: While most attorneys know the basic premise of Rules 4.2 and 4.3 regarding communications about the subject of the representation, in everyday practice, these seemingly distinct rules that are designed to serve separate purposes do not always operate independently in the course of a representation.

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Originally appeared in print as Close Encounters With Non-Clients: Bridging Communication Gap, Ethically

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