by PeterK

Lawyers who participate in Internet discussion groups should avoid including any confidential information that could be associated with a particular case or controversy

November 27, 2005 in California, Confidentiality, Ex Parte Communications, Social Networking, Work Product Protection by PeterK

Lawyers who participate in Internet discussion groups should avoid including any confidential information that could be associated with a particular case or controversy. Postings that give identifying details about cases
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by PeterK

It is not ethically permissible for a Virginia lawyer to keep and use documents inadvertently transmitted to him by opposing counsel

November 8, 1998 in Attorney-client privilege, Confidentiality, Electronic Files, Virginia, Work Product Protection by PeterK

Virginia lawyers should not keep and use documents electronically transmitted to the lawyer inadvertently by opposing counsel. Opinion 1702 (November 24, 1997).