New Ethics Opinion Discusses Duty to Disclose Fraud Against a Tribunal


The Ethics Committee of the New York City Bar Association has issued an opinion that provides guidance on how to interpret and apply Rule 3.3(a)(3), which requires lawyers to take "reasonable remedial measures" to correct certain types of false evidence. Specifically, the opinion addresses (1) how long the obligation to correct false evidence lasts and (2) what measures are required to comply with the obligation.

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