Professional Responsibility: Examples & Explanations
This edition retains the great features that made it a dependable source for students in its First Edition: - Covers the entire law governing lawyers - Includes agency, fiduciary duty, tort, contract, constitutional, and corporate and securities law - Supplements textual discussions with examples that work through progressively more complex issues - Uses both text and problems to break the analysis down into steps - Presents a fair and balanced approach to controversial issues - Offers an accessible, conversational style - Draws examples from actual cases, so they are representative of the problems students can expect to encounter in practice - Incorporates the new sources of law (ABA's Ethics 2000 Initiative, Restatement of Law Governing Lawyers in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act) organically, rather than as add-ons Carefully revised in its Second Edition, this fully up-to-date source: - Integrates carefully and thoughtfully updated cases and problems - Begins transitioning the emphasis from the older ABA rules to the newer ones
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