Anderson's the Law of Professional Conduct in Ohio
On February 1, 2007, the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct replaced the Ohio Code of Professional Responsibility, a set of standards that had been in place since 1970. To reflect the new rules, Anderson's The Law of Professional Responsibility in Ohio has been revised by Susan J. Becker, Jack A. Guttenberg and Lloyd B. Snyder and reissued as Anderson's The Law of Professional Conduct in Ohio. The Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct depart from the prior Ohio Code of Professional Responsibility in many ways both large and small. This book describes the new standards. This new work describes in great detail which rules differ from prior principles, describes some of the more noteworthy features of the new rules and points out how changes in the new rules add clarity and precision to the former Code's substantive standards. The authors have also added a series of "best practices" tips outlining specific advice and warnings for attorneys.
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Becker, Susan J.; Snyder, Lloyd B.; and Guttenberg, Jack A., "Anderson's the Law of Professional Conduct in Ohio" (2012). Scholarship Collection. 134.