Ethics FInal - Joshua Michael Kleinman Ethics Final Teacher...

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Joshua Michael Kleinman Ethics Final Teacher: Ann Davis I. Define the following terms: 1. Pro hac vice - Permission granted by the court that allows a lawyer to try a case in a State different than the ones he s licensed in. 2. Pro se- A non-lawyer representing himself in court 3. In camera review- A judge making a determination if certain information is privileged. 4. Concurrent representation- Representation by a lawyer of two or more clients in which the clients interests are adverse to each other. 5. Contingency fee- A fee based upon the successfulness of a case in which a percentage of the settlement is the attorneys fee. 6. Commingling- A lawyer and a client mixing funds together. 7. IOLTA Trust account- An account setup by the attorney in which to keep the clients funds available and use as needed for the case in which it relates to. 8. Imputed Conflict- A conflict of interest by one of the employees in the firm and the client. 9. Retainer- An agreement for services between lawyer and client. 10.
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course ETH 101 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '08 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.

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