Sunday, March 22, 2020

Recent discipline case based on conflicts of interest

I often tell my students that disqualification is a more common consequence to conflicts issues than discipline.  Yet, every now and then we see a discipline case based on conflicts.  And here is a recent one that got some attention among Professional Responsibility blogs.  The case, In the Matter of Foster (3/16/20) involved both concurrent and successive conflicts of interest.

The Legal Profession Blog has more details here; California Legal Ethics also has a story.

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