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41218
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As part of answering the question of what role the lawyer in question plays in a client’s defense, another word is being considered: necessary. This word, designed to eliminate the ambiguity of the former rule, was intended to, among other things, prevent the opposing counsel from disqualifying the lawyer. Has ambiguity been eliminated? As this ethics counsel for the North Carolina State Bar proposed, the murkiness of interpretation’s waters has only grown more so.
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41205
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Sam Byasee’s recollection of how the Internet has impacted lawyers over the past two decades, particularly how the Internet has changed the attorney-client relationship through the inclusion of email as a communication tool. With the advantages of the Internet highlighted, he included two traditional (e.g. printed) resources that can be helpful to individuals in the legal profession.
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41212
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The authors offer factors that should be taken into account when deciding on the most feasible fee arrangement for themselves and their clients. Broad categories for billing included task based, hourly, results based, and relationship based.