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Ethical Issues in Settlement Negotiations
The New York Law Journal (2005)
  • Barry R. Temkin, New York Law School

Lawyers who engage in settlement negotiations must be careful to avoid misrepresentations, either directly or by omission. The classic example is the failure of an attorney to disclose the death of the lawyer's client, an omission that has gotten more than one practitioner into trouble with the courts or disciplinary authorities.

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Barry R. Temkin. "Ethical Issues in Settlement Negotiations" The New York Law Journal Vol. 223 (2005)
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