Mark Dubois: Changing Nature of Legal Practice Leads to More Client Conflicts
On the same day that I read that bankruptcy attorney Myles Alderman had left Halloran & Sage to return to his old firm because conflict issues were hindering him in representing his former clients, it was reported that Dentons, the 1,000-plus lawyer megafirm, was defending a motion to disqualify because its U.S. office had taken on a claim against a corporation that its Canadian office regularly represented.
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