annually by the Supreme Court of Indiana, for the following purposes: (a) . This requirement is satisfied, however, even if a purchaser is unable to undertake a particular client matter because of a conflict of interest. 2 Paragraph (b) prohibits a lawyer from agreeing not to represent other persons in connection with settling a claim on behalf of a client. 5 A lawyer's conduct should conform to the requirements of the law, both in professional service to clients and in the lawyer's business and personal affairs. Complete records of such account funds and other property shall be kept by the lawyer and shall be preserved for a period of five years after termination of the representation. 8 Notice, including a general description of the subject matter about which the lawyer was consulted, and of the screening procedures employed, generally should be given as soon as practicable after the need for screening becomes apparent. Interest of Person Paying for a Lawyer's Service 13 A lawyer may be paid from a source other than the client, including a co-client, if the client is informed of that fact and consents and the arrangement does not compromise the lawyer's duty of loyalty. 6 This rule allows targeted solicitation of potential plaintiffs or claimants in personal injury and wrongful death causes of action or other causes of action that relate to an accident, disaster, death, or injury, but only if such solicitation is initiated no less than. 2 Paragraph (a 1) requires that the transaction itself be fair to the client and that its essential terms be communicated to the client, in writing, in a manner that can be reasonably understood. The guiding principle is that the lawyer should fulfill reasonable client expectations for information consistent with the duty to act in the client's best interests and the client's overall requirements as to the character of representation. For example, children as young as five or six years of age, and certainly those of ten or twelve, are regarded as having opinions that are entitled to weight in legal proceedings concerning their custody.
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(b) A lawyer who is not admitted to practice in this jurisdiction shall not: (1) except as authorized by these Rules or other law, establish an office or other systematic and continuous presence in this jurisdiction for the practice of law; or (2) hold out. In some cases, withdrawal alone might be insufficient. 3 Matters are substantially related for purposes of this Rule if they involve the same transaction or legal dispute or if there otherwise is a substantial risk that confidential factual information as would normally have been obtained in the prior representation would materially advance the. Evaluation of such circumstances is a matter entrusted to the professional judgment of the lawyer. Firms, whether large or small, may also rely on continuing legal education in professional ethics. 12 Sometimes, it will be sufficient for the lawyer to obtain the client's informed consent regarding the fact of the payment and the identity of the third-party payer. The Supreme Court shall retain review oversight with respect to the Commission, its requirements, and its rules and guidelines. A lawyer who is subject to the disciplinary authority of this jurisdiction under Rule.5(a) appoints an official to be designated by this Court to receive service of process in this jurisdiction.