Sign In

Search


refinementfilters='SBW-ProfileLastName:("smith*")'&selectproperties='Path,SBW-ProfileLastName,SBW-ProfileFirstName,SBW-ProfileState,SBW-ProfileCompany,SBW-ProfileCity'&querytemplatepropertiesurl='spfile://webroot/queryparametertemplate-lawyerdirectory.xml'&sourceid='9384a43b-feb1-4976-88d3-b7fef1ebde2c'&rowlimit=15&startrow=5

Found 411 Relevant Results


PDF Document Icon
_
Wisconsin Formal Ethics Opinion EF-20-02: Lawyer Examining a Current or Former Client as Adverse Witness ... Synopsis: A lawyer faced with cross examining ... Lawyer A represents a party in ...
Retention and Destruction of Closed Client Files ... There is no one answer to the central question of how long a lawyer must keep closed files before they may be destroyed ...
The Ethical Obligation of the Lawyer to Surrender the File upon Termination of the Representation ... Though maintained in the lawyer's office, the client's file is the client's ...
Wisconsin Formal Ethics Opinion EF-19-01: Job Negotiations with Opposing Firm or Party ... Synopsis: When a lawyer has an active and material role in the representation of a client ...
Revised Wisconsin Ethics Opinion E-86-06: Duty of Lawyer to be Candid with Court ... in Connection with Prior Convictions 1 ... A lawyer is not required to proactively disclose facts to a ...
Wisconsin Formal Ethics Opinion EF-18-02: In-house Counsel; Assisting an employer/client in the unauthorized practice of law by providing legal services to customers of employer ...
Wisconsin Formal Ethics Opinion EF-18-03: Form Contract Drafting and Conflicts ... A lawyer who prepares a form contract for a client does not have a direct conflict of interest by ...
Wisconsin Formal Ethics Opinion EF-17-02: Duty of Confidentiality; Identities of Current and Former Clients ... The ethical duty of confidentiality protects all information relating to ...
E-94-4 Seminars and client development Question May an attorney agree to represent a person who decides to retain the attorney as a result of attending the attorney’s presentation ...
E-83-13 Contact with opposing party’s expert witness (modified by E-91-4) Question May an attorney contact an opposing party’s expert witness, including treating medical doctors ...

Lawyer Search

Last Name
First Name

County

Advanced

Legal Research Tools