5 edition of Reporting duties of corporate attorneys found in the catalog.
Reporting duties of corporate attorneys
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||CCH Editorial Staff.|
|LC Classifications||KF1423.Z9 R44 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||2004266873|
In this handbook, you’ll find an overview of corporation-related topics, plus explanations of terms and concepts commonly used in the corporate area. It covers the major types of corporations and examines, among other topics, the overall corporate structure, how corporations maintain good standing with state offices, how corporations are. THE POWER OF ATTORNEY: ITS MISUSE, ABUSE AND FRAUD An overview of the sorts of issues we see arising in our practice concerning Attorneys, an Attorney’s inattention to the sorts of duties and responsibilities expected can cause a multitude of problems later on, particularly in an areaFile Size: KB.
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A Lawyer’s Obligation to Report Another Lawyer’s Misconduct A lawyer suing another lawyer for malpractice on behalf of a client is required by Rule to report to bar disciplinary authorities the conduct that is the subject of the malpractice action, if she has sufficient knowledge of the pertinent facts, if her knowledge is not protected as a client confidence or secret, and if the.
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