Cleveland Bar Journal
professional conduct, ethics, Spaulding v. Zimmerman
This discussion poses the question: should an attorney ever provide information to an opposing party to prevent that party from suffering great harm if the information will have an adverse effect on the attorney's own client? The case that sets the stage for this discussion is Spaulding v. Zimmerman, 243 Minn. 346 (1962).
Lloyd B. Snyder, Ethics, Loyalty and Harm to Third Parties: A Debate Based on Spaulding v. Zimmerman, 72 Cleveland Bar Journal no. 2 at 32 (December 2000)