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In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis reviews two important proposed changes relating to the rules governing lateral movement by lawyers, which have been proposed by the New York State Bar Association Committee on Standards of Attorney Conduct and are being circulated for public comment.
In this month's article, "Significant Changes Proposed to the New York Rules of Professional Conduct Regarding Lateral Movement," Anthony E. Davis notes while lateral movement is so pervasive and while clear rules and guidance are welcome, it is important that as wide a spectrum of views as possible be considered before the proposals are finalized.
You can read “Significant Changes Proposed to the New York Rules of Professional Conduct Regarding Lateral Movement,” published by the New York Law Journal on July 23, 2021, at the NYLJ website (subscription may be required).
Since the proposed changes have yet to be posted on the New York State Bar Association's website, interested readers can access the proposed changes to the New York Rules of Professional Conduct here.