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Garwin, Arthur. "Beware Of Beauty Contests: Proof Of An Implied Attorney-Client Relationship Can Disqualify." ABA Journal 78.1 (1992): 84. Business Source Premier. Web. 21 May 2016.4. Does the attorney have a duty to keep the names of the clients confidential? Explain the ethical rules that apply. Yes, an attorney does have to keep his client's name confidential. The doctrine of ABA Model Rule 1.6 Confidentiality Of Information, “ A lawyer is responsible for protecting theclient's’ rights of privacy. A person's name is considered to be personal information that should be kept private.” An attorney may not reveal his client without their consent. This was clarified in the Hooser v. Superior Court of San Diego County where attorney Hooser was hit with an order to present a list of names and address of his clients. the courts had defined under the clients’ rights of privacy, “the identity of an attorney's clients is sensitive personal information that implicates the clients' rights of privacy.”They only time they are able to release such information to prevent them from causing harm or death. For example,a client confesses to their lawyer that they have committed murder. The layer will not be able to release this information to the authorities nor can it be used in court. If the client reveals that he or she has plans on murdering the witness, the lawyer can disclose such information to prevent harm or death. Buhai, Sande L. "Confidentiality of client identity." Journal of the Professional Lawyer Annual 2013: 195. Expanded Academic ASAP. Web. 24 May 2016.URL ?url=%7CA336672780&sid=summon&v=2.1&u=mccweb_riosalado&it=r&p=EAIM&sw=w&asid=8722b459f7e4f1cedb23034bca8712c26. What is the
difference between listening and hearing? Explain.The difference between hearing and listening is the comprehension of what's being communicated to us. Hearing is when we are receiving the message but not interpretingof what's being said. Listening is when we are attentively hearing to one is saying but becoming of aware, conscious, and understanding of what's being perceived. Critical Thinking & Writing Questions