DQed, the Lawyer Disqualification Blog, is the first and only blog exclusively covering lawyer and law firm disqualification. DQed highlights:
(1) recent cases and other developments;
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(3) charts and statistics showing in the aggregate how courts generally handle motions to disqualify; and
(4) recent articles and other scholarship studying disqualification.
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