Part I. Introductory materials Fundamental principles The origins and evolution of conflicts rules The duties that underlie the conflicts rules Part II. Concurrent conflicts of interest Concurrent conflicts generally Joint representation generally Conflicts involving favored clients Conflicts involving unrelated matters Part III. Conflicts involving former clients Conflicts involving former clients generally Substantial relationship in federal court Substantial relationship in state court Part IV. Personal interest conflicts Personal interest conflicts generally Pecuniary interest conflicts Relationship conflicts Part V. Attorney-client relationships Attorney-client relationships generally Prospective clients Relationships with entities Vicarious attorney-client relationships Part VI. Consequences of conflicted representation Disciplinary consequences Actions designed to preclude representation Other non-disciplinary consequences Part VII. Detecting, avoiding, and curing conflicts Detecting conflicts Avoiding conflicts Curing conflicts Part VIII. Consent Consent generally Requirements in addition to consent Non-consentable conflicts Part IX. Screening Conflict imputation and screening State screening rules Jurisdictions with no screening rules Part X. Conflicts in special types of situations Bankruptcy proceedings Class actions suits Criminal proceedings.
Companion work to: Flamm, Richard E. Lawyer disqualification. Second edition. Berkeley, California : Banks and Jordan Law Publishing Company, 2014 (ISBN: 9781890080075).
Kept up-to-date with supplements.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Complemented by (work): Flamm, Richard E. Lawyer disqualification. Second edition. Berkeley, California : Banks and Jordan Law Publishing Company,