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VSB tries again on the use of undisclosed recordings (access required)

The Virginia State Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics is trying again to fashion a legal ethics opinion on the issue of undisclosed recordings to investigate and develop a case. Proposed LEO 1802 takes what the bar believes is a “moderate” approach to such tapings. In November 2006, the committee proposed a broader step to address undisclosed ...

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  1. The issue with this opinion is what you do with a recording if a client decides to do it on their own and then brings the recording to you.

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