|Statement||Richard E. Flamm.|
|LC Classifications||KF306 .F53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 802 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||802|
|LC Control Number||2002094684|
The Texas Guide to Lawyer Disqualification is an easy-to-use book that provides a practical roadmap in determining whether to file or oppose a motion to disqualify and how to litigate disqualification moti ons. The volume also analyzes State and Federal caselaw in Texas concerning such issues as the role Location: West Avenue, Suite , Austin, TX The Texas Guide to Lawyer Disqualification provides a practical roadmap for lawyers and litigants in determining whether to file or oppose a motion to disqualify counsel and how to litigate disqualification Author: Jr. Charles Herring, Jason Panzer. "The Texas Guide to Lawyer Disqualification is an easy-to-use book thatprovides a practical roadmap for lawyers and litigants in determiningwhether to file or oppose a motion to disqualify counsel and how to litigatedisqualification motions. The volume also analyzes state and. Mr. Flamm’s second treatise, Lawyer Disqualification: Conflicts of Interest and Other Bases, was released in This book, which can be found in the collections of more than law libraries worldwide, has been cited by a host of parties in support of their positions on disqualification, as well as by many state and federal courts.
Books by Richard Flamm. Recusal and Disqualification of Judges For Cause Motions, Peremptory Challenges and Appeals by Richard E. Flamm 1, Pages, Lawyer disqualification Conflicts of interest and other bases by Richard E. Flamm Hardcover, Pages, Published by Banks And Jordan Law Pub. Co ISBN The disqualification case of the week involves a specific type of former client conflict of interest: when a lawyer is DQ Case of the Week: When Effective Screening Is Ineffective The DQ case of the week involves a law firm disqualified for hiring away opposing counsel’s paralegal. A person will generally not be successful in disqualifying a lawyer on the other side just because that lawyer has a conflict of interest in representing the party on the other side and some third party. Generally, the person bringing the motion to disqualify must have standing. Company Directors Disqualification Act , s.2(1) The court can make a disqualification order against a person who has been convicted of an indictable offence in connection with the promotion, formation or management of a company. The order can be for a maximum of 15 years - .
Lawyer Disqualification Book Disqualification Both Federal and state courts have the power to disqualify a lawyer or law firm from continuing to represent a eduevazquez.comon: West Avenue, Suite , Austin, TX Motions to disqualify counsel are orchestrated for two primary reasons: Either an attorney or law firm have been unduly abusive or they have been so effective in defending or prosecuting a case that their adversaries want them off of it. Disqualification motions are left to the discretion of the trial judge. Unless a lawyer, the notary public may not engage directly or indirectly in the practice of law. Listed below are some of the activities involving the practice of law which are prohibited, and which subject the notary public to removal from office by the Secretary of State, and possible. THE PRACTICE AND THEORY OF LAWYER DISQUALIFICATION KEITH SWISHER* Lawyer disqualification is commonly feared as a “strategic,” “tactical,” and “harassing” “potent weapon” depriving clients of their trusted counsel of choice. Although disqualification comes with costs, fundamental misunderstandings fuel this common eduevazquez.com by: 1.