In this post I examine the attorney witness rule incorporated in New Jersey Rule of Professional Conduct ("RPC") 3.7, and how the Rule can be used to disqualify a lawyer representing a party in litigation when the lawyer possesses factual knowledge of contested issues that go to the heart of the case. Because courts generally are reluctant to dis ... Read More.
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