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Monday, November 14, 2005

Ohio Moves One Step Closer to Adopting Rules of Professional Conduct

As one of only two states that still adhere to the Code of Professional Responsibility, Ohio is now moving towards cutting that number in half by adopting its own version of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. The Supreme Court of Ohio's Task Force on Rules of Professional Conduct's web page offers a publication notice (comments accepted until February 16, 2005), a task force report, a marked-up version of the rules showing where Ohio will differ from the ABA's model rules, and a link where one can submit comments electronically.

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