ACC urges the U.S. Supreme Court to grant the petition to review a Tenth Circuit ruling that a New Mexico professional conduct rule does not apply to federal prosecutors who want to subpoena lawyers to testify about clients before grand … Continue reading
In comments to the ABA ethics commission, ACC recommends freedom of movement for all lawyers across state boundaries.
ACC recently wrote a letter to protest something bad. The state of Washington is thinking about changing its rules that apply to in-house counsel. It may increase the hassle for Washington lawyers who work in-house and whose law licenses come from … Continue reading
Two cheers — but no more — for the American Bar Association! Three of the resolutions that the ABA passed at its meeting in Dallas last week make it somewhat easier for in-house foreign lawyers to practice in the US … Continue reading
At our annual meeting in Orlando the other week, ACC proudly flew flags from many of the countries that our members come from. No surprise, there were a lot! As we state on our main web page, ACC has members … Continue reading
The ABA passed amendments to ABA Model Rules allowing screening of a lawyer changing law firms, without the consent of an incoming attorney’s former client. The ABA’s House of Delegates passed amendments to the ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct … Continue reading