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2 Dec 2020, 3:40 am by SHG
[NYU Legal Ethics Professor Stephen] Gillers pointed to Rule 8.4(b) and Rule 8.4(d). [read post]
24 Jan 2011, 8:18 am by Elie Mystal
Federal judges are bound by law to disclose the source of spousal income, according to Stephen Gillers, a professor at NYU School of Law. [read post]
27 Feb 2008, 9:33 am
VladeckWashington University Law ReviewA Tendency to Deprave and Corrupt: The Transformation of American Obscenity Law from Hicklin to Ulysses II by Stephen Gillers The Disputed Quality of Software Patents by John R. [read post]
17 Jun 2020, 8:38 am by Dan Bressler
” “‘This is not a conflict under the professional rules of conflict,’ said Stephen Gillers, a legal ethics professor at New York University School of Law. [read post]
12 Feb 2008, 6:30 am
Selvin also quotes NYU legal ethicist Stephen Gillers expressing concern that the spate of Milberg Weiss prosecutions "has to worry [lawyers] even if they're doing nothing wrong because the Justice Department has shown its willingness to look into how they do business". [read post]
10 Oct 2011, 3:18 pm by Ashby Jones
We checked in with legal-ethics guru and NYU professor Stephen Gillers, who said he has his doubts. [read post]
18 Sep 2007, 9:18 am
” In the NY Sun, NYU law professor Stephen Gillers praised Lerach’s lawyer John Keker for negotiating the plea. [read post]
16 Jul 2007, 1:16 pm
"He does have an argument," said Stephen Gillers, a law professor at NYU. [read post]
7 Feb 2011, 8:37 am by Kevin O'Keefe
Others such as Stephen Gillers, who teaches legal ethics at NYU Law School and is a member of the ABA's Ethics 20/20 Commission, believe ethics rules ought not to change with innovation in technology. [read post]
7 Apr 2011, 8:55 am by Stephen Gillers
He consulted Stephen Gillers, a so-called specialist in  judicial ethics at NYU, who is a favorite source for journalists who wish to criticize“conservatives” or support “liberals. [read post]
23 Aug 2007, 1:42 am
"Law firms can earn more by using labor they can mark up without disclosure,'' said Stephen Gillers, professor of legal ethics at New York University School of Law in Manhattan. . . [read post]
27 May 2009, 9:27 am
But Dorothy Samuels has a different take on it in the New York Times that I think deserves airing: Professor Stephen Gillers of New York University Law School, one of the country's leading legal ethics experts, draws a distinction between publicly criticizing lawyers because of the people they represent, which he says he would not do, and how they carry out the representation. [read post]
20 Jan 2011, 9:12 pm by Walter Olson
[Cal Biz Lit] “A Better Consumer Legal Remedies Act” [same] Proposed criminal prohibition on doctors’ questioning patients about guns “would violate the First Amendment, as well as just being a lousy idea” [Volokh] Oldest federal bench ever — and the problems that can cause [Joseph Goldstein, Slate] Attention “payday lending” critics: “Lawsuit Loans Add New Risk for the Injured” [NY Times, Kenneth Anderson, California Civil Justice;… [read post]
27 Mar 2011, 10:59 pm by Walter Olson
” Prominent NYU legal ethicist Stephen Gillers, with whose views I’ve not always seen eye to eye in the past, was in the audience at my NYC talk earlier this month and has written up some of his reactions here. [read post]
13 Jan 2007, 5:59 am
"This is prejudicial to the administration of justice," said Stephen Gillers, a law professor at New York University and an authority on legal ethics. [read post]
22 Jul 2011, 9:27 am by Andrew Perlman
  As Stephen Gillers argues persuasively here, we typically do not want lawyers withdrawing from cases because of moral concerns about the client's cause or because of popular criticism. [read post]
10 Jun 2009, 7:38 am
"I think what Biden said was foolish," said New York University law professor Stephen Gillers. [read post]
31 May 2010, 8:40 am by John Steele
 David Luban blogged about the matter at Balkinization, several of us chimed in with comments (Stephen Gillers, Marty Lederman, and me), and the comments became part of Luban's lecture. [read post]
27 Mar 2008, 3:47 pm
NYU's Stephen Gillers says the "disguised nature of [Beasley Allen's] web site would not allow it to survive challenge under the New York rules" on attorney promotion but doesn't have reason to think it violates the (presumably less stringent) Alabama rules. [read post]
15 Mar 2007, 7:00 am
Stephen Gillers of New York University said several statutes involving obstruction of justice and perjury can be applied to cases in which witnesses allegedly mislead lawmakers. [read post]