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A lawyer shall not participate in offering or making an agreement in which a restriction on the lawyer’s right to practice is part of the settlement of a controversy between private parties

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December 27, 2012 at 5:12 pm


Law Lessons from IN THE MATTER OF CHARLES X. GORMALLY AN ATTORNEY AT LAW; & IN THE MATTER OF CATHY C. CARDILLO AN ATTORNEY AT LAW; Disciplinary Review Board Docket Nos. DRB 11-16 & DRB 11-16; SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY, D-36 & D-37, September Term 2011; December 19, 2012:

A lawyer shall not participate in offering or making an agreement in which a restriction on the lawyer’s right to practice is part of the settlement of a controversy between private parties.



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