Ethics I for profetionals

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Client i d e n t i a l i t y NJ Rule 1.6 work product Counselors at Law 77 Paramus Road Ridgewood, N J 07045 (201) 478 - 652 DUTY OF CONFIDENTIALITY Privilege Attorney Client w o r k confid P R o d u c T t (d) A lawyer may reveal such information to the extent the lawyer reasonably believes necessary. (1) to rectify the consequences of a client’s criminal, illegal or fraudulent act in the furtherance of which the lawyer’s services had been used. (2) to establish a claim or defense on behalf of the lawyer in a controversy between the lawyer an the client, or to establish a defense to a criminal charge, civil claim or disciplinary complaint against the lawyer based upon the conduct in which the client was involved; or (3) to comply with other law. (e) Reasonable Believe for purposes of RPC 1.6 is the believe or conclusion of a reasonable lawyer that is based upon information that has some foundation in fact and constitutes prima facie (elements of the case) evident of the matters referred to in subsections (b). (c), or (d) Thank you for joining us to one of the most informative seminars offered by, T HE L AW FIRM OF M YER AUL , L.L.P.
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