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Burman Ethics for Lawyers Who Represent Governmental Entities as Part of Their Private Practices, 10 Wyo. L. Rev. 357, 357-396 (2010).
Byerley Lawyer Disqualification After Initial Consultation, Mich. B.J., Jan. 2001, at 70.
Crocker The Ethics of Moving to Disqualify Opposing Counsel for Conflict of Interest, 1979 Duke L.J. 1310.
Daly Passing the Baton When a Lawyer Is Disqualified, N.Y. Legal Ethics Rep., July 2001.
Edwards Law Firm Disqualification and Nonlawyer Employees: A Proposal for a Consistent Analysis, 26 Miss. C. L. Rev. 163-184 (2007).
Green Conflicts of Interest in Litigation: The Judicial Role, 65 Fordham L. Rev. 71, 81 (1996).
Hinson et al. Attorney Disqualification, 72 Tex. B.J. 828 (2009).
Hoffer Navigating Conflict-Of-Interest Disqualification Motions, 84 Wis. Law., 2011.
Hricik To Whom it May Concern: Using Disclaimers to Avoid Disqualification by Receipt of Unsolicited E-Mail from Prospective Clients, Prof. Law., 2005, at 1.
Jones Defense to Disqualification: Fact Situations That Allow an Attorney to Avoid Disqualification for a Conflict of Interest, 27 J. Legal Prof. 195, 195-201 (2003).
Klein Handling Your Adversary’s Privileged Documents to Avoid Disqualification, Orange Cnty. Bar Ass’n, Oct. 2009.
Mark Inadvertent Document Productions And The Threat of Attorney Disqualification, Fla. B.J., Nov. 2009.
Martyn Developing the Judicial Role in Controlling Litigation Conflicts: Response to Green, 65 Fordham L. Rev. 131, 140 (1996).
McLain Imputed Disqualification of Law Firms when Non-Lawyer Employees Change Firms, 74 Ala. Law. at 70-73 (2013).
Parker Dangers of the “Revolving Door:” Disqualification of Attorneys Because of Prior Government Public Service, 22 J. Legal Prof. 317 (1998).
St. John Screened Out When an Ethical Screen Can Be Used to Avoid Vicarious Disqualification of a Law Firm Remains Unsettled, 27 Los Angeles Law., Feb. 2005.
Swisher Disqualifying Defense Counsel: The Curse of the Sixth Amendment, 4 St. Mary’s J. Legal Mal. & Ethics 374 (2014).
Swisher The Practice and Theory of Lawyer Disqualification, 27 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 71 (2014).
Tarlow Ninth Circuit Disqualifies Attorney From Representing a Defendant Declared Guilty, The Champion, Feb. 1998.
Willis et al. Avoiding Disqualification: 10 Tips when Representing Corporate Clients, Ariz. Att’y, June 2009, at 34-38.
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Bateman Return to the Ethics Rules as a Standard for Attorney Disqualification: Attempting Consistency in Motions for Disqualification By the Use of Chinese Walls, 33 Duq. L. Rev. 249 (1995).
Boyer In the Wake of Infotechnology: Stricter Scrutiny of Attorney Disqualification Motions, Del. Law., Winter 2004-2005.
Burnam Conflicts of Interest: Attorney Disqualification, Wyo. Law., Feb. 1997, at 13.
Hall et al. Report of the Working Group on Procedural Standards for Motions for Disqualification, 41 S. Tex. L. Rev. 53 (1999).
Epstein A Balanced Approach to Mandamus Review of Attorney Disqualification Orders, 72 U. Chi. L. Rev. 667-693 (2005).
Lackman Motions to Disqualify Based on Conflicts of Interest–Identifying the Rules of the Game, 25 St. Mary’s L.J. 739 (1994).
Moser Screening of Personally Disqualified Lawerys to Avoid Law Firm Disqualification Should Be More Widely Employed, Prof. Law., 1999 (Symposium Issue).
Moser Chinese Walls: A Means of Avoiding Law Firm Disqualification When a Personally Disqualified Lawyer Joins the Firm, 3 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 399 (1990).
Richmond The Rude Question of Standing in Attorney Disqualification Disputes, 25 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 17-67 (2001).
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