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Digital payment: The ethics of accepting cryptocurrency for legal fees (access required)

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As the world becomes more digitized, the ways people pay for goods and services rendered are becoming more digitized as well. The legal field is no exception. A recent proposed ethics opinion from the Florida Bar Ethics Department tackled some ...

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No ‘Needle in a haystack’ (access required)

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A Virginia State Bar committee believes a prosecutor should not be able to satis­fy disclosure obliga­tions by turning over a bundle of material without pinpointing where the possibly exculpatory informa­tion is. The VSB’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics is seeking ...

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