Advisory Opinion On Lawyer’s Duty To Report Another Lawyer’s MisconductArticle: April 19, 2016 | ArticlesOBLIC Alerts
The Board of Professional Conduct recently released an advisory opinion about a lawyer’s duty to report unprivileged knowledge of another lawyer’s misconduct. With the release of Opinion 2016-2, the Board withdrew Advisory Opinion 1990-1. The Opinion discusses Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct 8.3 and 1.6. Click here to read Opinion 2016-2.
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