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No deal: Indiana bar cautions attorneys about coupon sites

Using group coupon or daily deal marketing is “fraught with peril” and is likely not permitted under the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct, the State Bar Association’s Legal Ethics Committee recently said.

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Professionalism and ethics

Most lawyers use the words “professional” and “ethical” as synonyms for some vaguely defined “good” lawyer behavior. However, the concepts are really quite different, and lawyers hoping to act “professionally” sometimes must examine the ethics rules for permission to do ...

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ABA proposes change in firm ownership rules

Last month the American Bar Association’s Ethics 20/20 Commission proposed changing the Rules of Professional Conduct to permit other service professionals, such as accountants, social workers and public relations professionals, to partner with attorneys to own up to 25 percent ...

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