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" The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure the opposite party or to work oppression or wrong. But otherwise it is his right, and, having accepted retainer, it... "
The Bulletin of the Commercial Law League of America - Page 8
1912
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Volume 40

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1915
...Litigations. — The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that It is intended merely to harass or to injure...it is his right, and, having accepted retainer, it hecomes his duty to Insist upon the judgment of the Court as to the legal merits of his client's claim....
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Volume 46

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1921
...work oppression or wrong. But otherwise lt 1s his right, and, having accepted retainer, it hecomes his duty to insist upon the judgment of the Court...his client's claim. His appearance in Court should he deemed equivalent to an assertion on his honor that in his opinion his client's case 1s one proper...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the ...

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Interstate commerce
...or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure the opposing party, or to work oppression or wrong. But otherwise,...becomes his duty, to insist upon the judgment of the Commission as to the merits of his client's claim. His appearance should be deemed equivalent to an...
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Proceedings of the State Bar Association of North Dakota

State Bar Association of North Dakota - Bar associations - 1909
...UNJUSTIFIABLE LITIGATIONS. The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure...otherwise it is his right, and, having accepted retainer, becomes his dutv to insist upon the judgment of the court as to the legal merits of his client's claim....
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Memorandum ...

American Bar Association. Committee to Draft Canons of Professional Ethics - 1908 - 131 pages
...proceedings and defenses as appear to him just, except the defense of a person charged with a public offense. His appearance in court should be deemed equivalent...an assertion^ on his honor, that in his opinion his client is justly entitled to some measure of relief refused by his adversary." V. IN RE FORM OF OATH...
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Report of Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Georgia ..., Volume 26

Georgia Bar Association - Bar associations - 1909
...UNJUSTIFIABLE LITIGATIONS. The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure...it is his right, and, having accepted retainer, it is his duty to insist upon the judgment of the Court as to the legal merits of his client's claim....
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Rules for Admission to the Bar

Admission to the bar - 1911
...Unjustifiable Litigations. The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure...should be deemed equivalent to an assertion on his honXXX CODE OF ETHIC8. or that in his opinion his client's case is one proper for judicial determination....
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 40

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1915
...Litigations. — The lawyer must decline to conduct a civil cause or to make a defense when convinced that it is intended merely to harass or to injure...his duty to Insist upon the judgment of the Court ns to the legal merits of his client's claim. His appearance in Court should be deemed equivalent to...
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Ethics in Service

William Howard Taft - Executive power - 1915 - 101 pages
...merely to harass the opposite party or to work oppression. His appearance in court should, therefore, be deemed equivalent to an assertion on his honor that in his opinion his client's case is a debatable one and one proper for judicial determination. He should know that under a proper code...
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Yearbook - New York County Lawyers' Association, Volume 8

New York County Lawyers' Association - Bar associations - 1916
...Association, as published by West Publishing Co. in 1915, it is suggested that it is a lawyer's right to insist upon the judgment of the Court as to the legal merits of his client's claim, unless the suit is brought to harass or injure, etc. Under New York practice practically all pleadings...
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