A law firm may be allowed to continue to represent a client, without violating the Rules of Professional Conduct, if the issues in the legal matters are not identical, and information obtained by counsel in the earlier case will not be used against the former client, to the former client's disadvantage.
Lucas v. Tine
February 18, 2013
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