Ethical Duties Related to Remote Working


Fall 2020

Morrison & Foerster's Carrie H. Cohen and Chan-young Yang provide recommendations lawyers working remotely should consider in order to ensure compliance with the New York Rules of Professional Conduct in their article for the NYLitigator. The article can be found on page 17.



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