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As a Partner at Zuckerman Speder, Rachel F. Cotton is a dedicated litigator who represents individuals and corporations in government investigations, criminal prosecutions, and complex civil disputes. Rachel also helps attorneys navigate the professional responsibility challenges that confront them. She advises both lawyers and law firms on professional ethics, legal malpractice and disciplinary investigations.

Can Lawyers Be Required to Give Advance Notice Before Departing? Perhaps Not, Says American Bar Association

Can Lawyers Be Required to Give Advance Notice Before Departing? Perhaps Not, Says American Bar Association

As readers know, corporate executives (and regular employees) are often subject to non-competes in their employment agreements, as well as other provisions designed to ensure that if they leave their job, they will not be able to work for a competitor for some period of time. By contrast, law firms are ethically prohibited from imposing […]

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