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Handbook of Texas Lawyer and Judicial Ethics: Attorney Tort Standards, Attorney Ethics Standards, Judicial Ethics Standards, Recusal and Disqualification of Judges, 2022 ed. (Vol. 48-48B, Texas Practice Series®)

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2022
Service #: 40083578
Sub #: 40083583
Pages: 6362
Shelf Space: 9 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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Handbook of Texas Lawyer and Judicial Ethics: Attorney Tort Standards, Attorney Ethics Standards, Judicial Ethics Standards, Recusal and Disqualification of Judges, 2022 ed. (Vol. 48-48B, Texas Practice Series®)

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Handbook of Texas Lawyer and Judicial Ethics helps determine what constitutes ethical behavior. It provides you with analysis of the full text of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, the Texas Rules of Disciplinary Procedure, and the Code of Judicial Conduct. The handbook discusses each disciplinary rule separately, its background, and principal Texas cases and ethics opinions interpreting or commenting on it. It also covers:

  • Behavior that can lead to attorneys being “grieved” or sued for malpractice
  • Behavior that can lead to a complaint being lodged against judges
  • How to best represent attorneys found in a disciplinary situation
  • Judicial canon, including post-1990 Texas cases and judicial ethics opinions
  • Attorney discipline standards and procedures
  • Findings
  • Orders
  • Procedure
  • Non-Texas authority, when appropriate

This title also includes up-to-date treatment and analysis of attorney tort liability, including plaintiffs' causes of action and defensive issues, and means of removing judges in Texas state court through recusal or disqualification.