Q. As if I don't have enough to do, my insurance agent thinks I should get a "risk management audit" of my law firm. Is this really necessary?
How far will justices of the Supreme Court of Maryland go to protect their colleagues from the criticism of lawyers appearing before them?
Q. After testifying last month that she earned no income other than that reflected on the paystubs and tax returns we put into evidence, my client just told me that she makes extra money "under the table." What are my duties to the client, to the Court and to the IRS?
Q. If I bring an action without legal or factual justification, I may get sanctioned. Does the same thing apply to Bar Counsel?
Raising questions "about the appearance of impropriety" on the part of its top ethics official, the Supreme Court of Maryland asked whether Bar Counsel used her official position "to undermine ... a candidate in a Judicial election."
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