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  1. If You Can’t Say Something Nice. . .

    Are there limits on what attorneys can say about opposing counsel in the courtroom?

    13 Answers 53% Correct

  2. Be Careful What You Ask For

    How creative can you get when settling a legal malpractice claim?

    129 Answers 18% Correct

  3. Say it Ain’t So

    Can you respond to negative online reviews written by clients?

    284 Answers 57% Correct

  4. I Feel Like We’re Missing Something

    What happens when the judge calls?

    113 Answers 29% Correct

  5. If You See Something, Say Something?

    When an attorney notices that another attorney’s substance abuse issues may be affecting their ability to practice law, do the ethics rules require them to do anything about it?

    166 Answers 30% Correct

  6. You Can’t Take It With You, Can You?

    Can lawyers departing a law firm to join another law firm take firm documents with them to the new firm?

    208 Answers 33% Correct

  7. I Don’t Want to Hear It

    Can you use information provided by a prospective client against the person, even if they have been warned not to provide confidential information until an attorney/client relationship has been established?

    192 Answers 16% Correct

  8. You Show Me Your Cards, and I’ll Show You Mine

    What can you say about your clients when negotiating a lateral move to a new firm?

    222 Answers 25% Correct

  9. Will You Lend Me a Hand?

    Can pro bono work cause conflicts for you and your law firm?

    199 Answers 9% Correct

  10. If You Leave Me Now

    When a lawyer has a conflict, do any other lawyers in the firm have one, too?

    232 Answers 43% Correct