person represented by counsel

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2 "Communication with Person Represented by Counsel," commonly known as the "no contact rule," is that a lawyer may not communicate with a represented person without the consent of the other person's lawyer.
4, which address (1) truthfulness in statements to others, (2) communications with another person represented by counsel, (3) dealings with unrepresented persons, and (4) the lawyer's respect for the rights of third persons.
2, which discusses communications with a person represented by counsel, deals with an issue that comes up often in labor and employment practice.
Admitted to practice: 1950) Pardo failed to adequately communicate with a person represented by counsel and failed to provide competent representation to a client.
Communication with person represented by counsel, In representing a client, a lawyer shall not communicate about the subject of the representation with a [party] person the lawyer knows to be represented by another lawyer in the matter, unless the lawyer has the consent of the other lawyer [or is authorized by law to do so].

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