Category Archives: Ethics

Federal Circuit Reprimands Attorney Who Forwarded Former Chief Judge Rader’s E-Mail Praising The Attorney

On November 5, 2014, the Federal Circuit sat en banc and issued an Order reprimanding a well-known patent appellate attorney for “his misconduct in disseminating an email to clients and prospective clients that he received from then-Chief Judge Rader.” The … Continue reading

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Mandatory Notice to Clients

As a follow-up to yesterday’s post on the Texas Lawyer’s Creed, we thought we’d also note that Texas’ Government Code, Ch. 81, Sec. 81.079 requires that attorneys practicing law in Texas: [P]rovide notice to each of the attorney’s clients of … Continue reading

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The Texas Lawyer’s Creed

Now is a good a time as any to brush up on The Texas Lawyer’s Creed — A Mandate for Professionalism, which was adopted by the Supreme Court of Texas and the Court of Criminal Appeals in 1989 and still … Continue reading

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