Winter/Spring 2015

“Houston, We Have a Problem”: Clients Who Engage in Unlawful Conduct During Your Representation

American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's White Collar Crime Committee Newsletter
Calon N. Russell

Lawyers are exposed to potentially tremendous liability when a client engages in criminal or fraudulent conduct under the lawyer’s watch. Such liability may include Bar discipline, civil, or even criminal sanctions. This article offers practical guidance for white collar defense lawyers on how to spot and navigate certain ethical issues that arise when clients engage in such conduct during representation.

READ: “Houston, We Have a Problem”: Clients Who Engage in Unlawful Conduct During Your Representation

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