Obligations of a Lawyer who Formerly Represented a Client in Connection with a Joint Defense Consortium
A lawyer who has represented one, but only one, of the parties in a joint defense consortium does not thereby acquire an obligation to the other parties to the consortium that poses an ethical bar to the lawyer thereafter taking on a related representation adverse to any of the other parties. However, the lawyer's obligations to the party he represented may present such a bar, and the lawyer will almost certainly have undertaken fiduciary obligations to the other parties that have the same effect.
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