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When a nonlawyer reveals confidential client information, what can be done?

A law firm’s nonlawyer assistants are frequently the unsung heroes of the office. But attorneys must remember that, despite their nonlicensed status, law firm support staff must still comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct, including the duty of confidentiality. The duty of confidentiality imposed upon attorneys by Missouri Rule of Professional Conduct 4-1.6 is extensive. Comment ...
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