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'Potential Client' Conflict Issues: Six Tips for Avoiding Them
Part Three of a Three-Part Article

Problems can arise for attorneys and their clients when a lawyer consults with a third party but ultimately is not retained. As the author discussed in Parts One and Two of this article, communication with such a potential client might disqualify the lawyer from representing his or her current client. Following are his six tips for avoiding this problem.

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Editor’s note: Problems can arise for attorneys and their clients when a lawyer consults with a third party but ultimately is not retained. As the author discussed in Parts One and Two of this article, communication with such a potential client might disqualify the lawyer from representing his or her current client. Following are his six tips for avoiding this problem.

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