EthicsSamuel C. Stretton, The Legal Intelligencer
Lawyers should not be disqualified based on the appearance of impropriety
It seems that more and more disqualification motions are being filed against lawyers as part of litigation strategy or tactics. Is there a problem, and why is this occurring? Should there be a better system to evaluate these disqualification motions?
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