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published January 21, 2008
To this point, the focus has been upon client conduct that is criminal, fraudulent or contrary to a direct rule of a court. Are the considerations different if the client's conduct is not of this description but violates other law? For example, what if the client wishes to pursue a course of conduct which is unconscionable under applicable law but is not criminal, fraudulent or in violation of a court order? What if client conduct violates the law of torts, contracts, property or some other noncriminal law that does not deal with fraud?...Under the Model Rules a lawyer who assists the conduct described definitely commits no professional offense.
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