|Ethics Opinion 076 |
Validity of Group Legal Service Programs under recent United States Supreme Court Decisions.
|Ethics Opinion 077 |
Erection of public sign at site of proposed new office building.
|Ethics Opinion 078 |
Improper for attorney to accept retainer from corporate client to represent employees in real estate transactions resulting from corporation personnel transfers.
|Ethics Opinion 079 |
Judicial Ethics - Judges - avoidance of impropriety in relationship with relatives and former partner.
|Ethics Opinion 080 |
Validity of Group Legal Service Program to handle grievance claims of dissident union members.
|Ethics Opinion 081 |
Telephone and City Directory listings
|Ethics Opinion 082 |
Partners or associates defending criminal matters in county where one associate is part-time assistant district attorney.
|Ethics Opinion 083 |
Former association on announcement card; to whom may cards be mailed; publicity of opening office.
|Ethics Opinion 084 |
Legal services to friends, corporate employees, other corporations.
|Ethics Opinion 085 |
Designation as patent attorney on letterhead, announcements and their distribution.
|Ethics Opinion 086 |
Announcement of labor relations law practice, but not referring to representation of management, is proper.
|Ethics Opinion 087 |
Interest charges on delinquent accounts.
|Ethics Opinion 088 |
Election Campaign Activities of Judicial Office Holders
|Ethics Opinion 089 |
Publication of legal articles in newspapers and magazines
|Ethics Opinion 091 |
|Ethics Opinion 092 |
A sign with lettering of over 3 inches in height is undignified and is advertising.
|Ethics Opinion 093 |
Improper for lawyers to join labor union which includes non-lawyer members.
|Ethics Opinion 094 |
Solicitation should be by campaign committees and contributions should not be unreasonable in amount.
|Ethics Opinion 095 |
Law office accounting information supplied to a data processor.
|Ethics Opinion 096 |
Improper for a lawyer to defend an appeal for a new client when a successful defense would be detrimental to the interests of a former client in a related matter.