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Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions

This new edition of the Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions will replace the 2005 revision and all supplements. It includes:
• Revised comments to all 2005 opinions with updated cross-references to The Ethical Oregon Lawyer, 2015 Revision, and other resources
• New comments to all opinions issued in 2006 and later
• One new opinion issued and twenty-six opinions that were revised by the Legal Ethics Committee in 2015
• Nine opinions that were revised by the LEC in 2016
• Updated tables, revised and updated subject index, and opinions citatory

Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct Annotated

This new offering from the Oregon State Bar Legal Publications Department is a companion to the Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions, and includes:
• Full text of all Oregon RPCs
• Annotation summaries of all Oregon Supreme Court cases, Disciplinary Board Reporter cases, and Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions citing the Oregon RPCs and ORS chapter 9
• Annotation summaries of all cases citing relevant DRs
• Sanction imposed in each case clearly highlighted for quick reference
• Cross-references to discussions of the Oregon RPCs in The Ethical Oregon Lawyer, 2015 Revision
• Tables, subject index, and conversion table from DRs to Oregon RPCs
• Will be updated annually with new case annotations

The Ethical Oregon Lawyer

Ethics is a piece of the puzzle for every legal practice and every case you handle. No matter what your practice area, you need to follow the disciplinary rules—for yourself and for your clients. But you often have questions about how to do that. The Ethical Oregon Lawyer is the best resource to help you fill in all the pieces of the puzzle and to answers these ethics questions and more:

• How are attorney fees governed?
• What constitutes competent representation?
• What limitations do lawyers face when advertising their services?
• What rights does an accused lawyer have in a disciplinary hearing?
• How do the Oregon RPCs affect a lawyer’s duty of confidentiality?
• In which circumstances may a lawyer ethically withdraw from a case?
• And many more…

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