|Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions|
The 2011 supplement of Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions includes the full text to the most recent updates to the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct, and updated tables, subject index, and opinions citator, PLUS
Six new opinions:
2011-183: Scope of Representation, Limiting the Scope
2011-184: Confidentiality, Conflicts of Interest: Consulting Between Lawyers
Not in the Same Firm
2011-185: Withdrawal from Litigation: Client Confidences
2011-186: Duties Regarding Misappropriated Documents
2011-187: Confidentiality: Cloud Computing
2011-188 Information Relating to the Representation of a Client: Third-Party Electronic Storage of Client Materials
And one revised opinion:
2005-151: Fixed-Fee Agreements
|The Ethical Oregon Lawyer|
No matter what your practice area, you need to follow the disciplinary rules—for yourself and for your clients. With the recent change from the old DRs to the new Oregon RPCs, you may wonder if the answers you knew have changed. This revised edition is the best source for answers to your ethics questions. Plus, each chapter highlights the major differences between Oregon’s Rules of Professional Conduct and the RPCs of Washington, Utah, and Idaho. So no matter where you practice, The Ethical Oregon Lawyer is your #1 go-to desk reference.
Click here to view the table of contents and sample chapter.