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Attorneys – Bankruptcy — Application for Employment – Chapter 11 – Insufficient Disclosure (access required)

In re Biddle In her affidavit attached to the debtors’ application for employment of counsel, the attorney failed to disclose that she owes money to a company of which debtor Larry Biddle is president, nor did she disclose that the debtors’ son represented her in legal matters in 2011 and 2012. Her failure to make these disclosures disqualifies her from representing the debtors in this case.

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Q&A: The professor of propriety (access required)

Ed Gaskins

Every day, attorneys have to face a challenge not present in any other profession — to be adversarial to one another without being acrimonious. So when Lawyers Weekly wanted to get some advice about what lawyers should do to handle firm dissolutions, terminations and other common disputes as professionally as possible, we turned to Ed Gaskins.

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