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The first definitive treatise in an ever-expanding area, New Jersey Attorney Ethics: The Law of New Jersey Lawyering collects, organizes and analyzes the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct, court rules, decisions of the New Jersey Supreme Court, the Superior Court, and District of New Jersey, opinions of the Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics, the Advertising and Unauthorized Practice Committees, and statutory authority governing attorney conduct in New Jersey. A dog-eared copy of this treatise should be on every New Jersey attorneys desk. The treatise has been cited in opinions of the New Jersey Supreme Court, the Appellate Division, the Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics and the Disciplinary Review Board.
New Jersey attorneys are governed by some of the strictest and most complex ethical principles in the nation. The New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct varied significantly from those proposed by the ABA when they were first adopted by the New Jersey Supreme Court in 1984. In 2004, the Court substantially revised those rules even further. This volume provides a comprehensive, systematic analysis of the maze of New Jersey authorities that regulate an attorney's conduct, including the literally thousands of opinions interpreting and applying the current and predecessor rules. For example, the treatise, which is over 1,000 pages in length, contains extensive discussions of:
- The N.J. Supreme Court's authority over the profession
- The limits of court authority and the roles of the other government branches
- Organization of a law practice, including entity selection, firm names and letterhead
- Advertising, marketing and solicitation
- The legal fee agreement, including retainers and contingent fees
- Fee sharing
- Fee collection, including attorney liens, and fee arbitration
- Attorney trust accounting
- Duties in representing a client, both in the transactional and litigation settings
- Conflicts of interest, including imputed disqualification, screening, conflicts relating to concurrent clients, former clients, public representations, family relationships, the attorneys own interests, and business transactions with a client.
- Client waivers of conflicts
- Client confidentiality
- Disclosure of client information to the courts and adversaries
- Ex parte communication
- Detailed analysis of New Jersey's attorney discipline system, both procedurally and substantively
- Immunity and confidentiality in the disciplinary system
- The quantum of discipline imposed in various types of disciplinary matters
- The unauthorized practice of law
- Liability based on RPC violations
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