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Lawyer Disqualification: Conflicts of Interest and Other Bases

Richard E. Flamm
Format
Book
Published
Berkeley, Calif. : Banks and Jordan Law Pub. Co., c2003.
Language
English
ISBN
1890080012
Contents
  • Part I. Introductory materials: Ch. 1. Introduction
  • Ch. 2. Grounds for disqualification
  • Ch. 3. Conflicts of interest: fundamental precepts
  • Part II. Multiple representation conflicts: Ch. 4. Multiple representation generally
  • Ch. 5. Multiple representation in special types of proceedings
  • Ch. 6. Insurance defense litigation
  • Part III. Conflicts involving former clients: Ch. 7. Rrepresentation adverse to a former client
  • Ch. 8. Challenges by former clients
  • Ch. 9. Tests for proving substantial relationship
  • Ch. 10. Exceptions to the adverse representation rule
  • Part IV. Attorney-client relationships: Ch. 11. Formation of an attorney-client relationship
  • Ch. 12. Implied relationships with entity constitutents
  • Ch. 13. Vicarious attorney-client relationships
  • Ch. 14. Termination of attorney-client relationships
  • Part V. Other bases for disqualification: Ch. 15. Unauthorized contacts with parties
  • Ch. 16. The advocate-witness rule
  • Ch. 17. Exceptions to the advocate-witness rule
  • Ch. 18. Appearances of impropriety
  • Part VI. Defenses to disqualification: Ch. 19. Standing to seek disqualification
  • Ch. 20. Informed consent
  • Ch. 21. Implied waiver
  • Part VII. Deciding disqualification motions: Ch. 22. Disqualification motion procedure
  • Ch. 23. Laywer disqualification standards
  • Ch. 24. Applying the balancing tests
  • Ch. 25. Factors in deciding disqualification motions
  • Ch. 26. After the motion has been decided
  • Part VIII. Vicarious disqualification: Ch. 27. The vicarious disqualification rule
  • Ch. 28. Rebutting the presumption of shared confidences
  • Ch. 29. Association in a law firm
  • Part IX. Disqualification in special types of situations: Ch. 30. Bankruptcy proceedings
  • Ch. 31. Criminal and grand jury proceedings
  • Ch. 32. Prosecutors and prosecution offices
  • Ch. 33. Former government lawyers and judges
  • Ch. 34. Expert witnesses
  • Part X. Appellate remedies: Ch. 35. Appellate review
  • Ch. 36. The standard of review on appeal.
Description
xxix, 802 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes index.
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