The client, James K. Conn had sued him in and obtained a judgment against him. Gillman is serving a two-year jail sentence for violating probation on charges that included wanton endangerment and fleeing police. He fears that the judgment Conn obtained against him could hurt his chance of being released from jail on parole, his attorney, Ned Pillersdorf, told the Lexington Herald-Leader. Conn pleaded guilty in to bribing doctors to falsify medical records for his clients and then paying judges to approve their lifetime disability benefits. It was a lucrative scheme for Conn, who made millions of dollars from thousands of clients in eastern Kentucky, one of the poorest regions in the United States.
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B A member shall not accept or continue representation of a client without providing written disclosure to the client where:. D A member who represents two or more clients shall not enter into an aggregate settlement of the claims of or against the clients without the informed written consent of each client. E A member shall not, without the informed written consent of the client or former client, accept employment adverse to the client or former client where, by reason of the representation of the client or former client, the member has obtained confidential information material to the employment. F A member shall not accept compensation for representing a client from one other than the client unless:.
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According to an opinion by the State Bar's Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct COPRAC , the lawyer might not be subject to discipline but would nevertheless be prudent to notify the former client about the circumstances. The opinion, number , deals with a classic case of "side-switching," in which a lawyer or a law firm which has consulted with one side in a case ultimately represents the opposing side. California courts have repeatedly disqualified lawyers in civil cases from representing new clients against the opposing party if the opposing party provided confidential information in a prior consultation. Despite the court rulings, the area is not covered in the California Rules of Professional Conduct. Rule E states that an attorney "shall not, without the informed written consent of the client or former client, accept employment adverse to the client or former client, where, by reason of the representation of the client or former client, the [attorney] has obtained confidential information material to the employment.
Mihm , discussing the current law of conflicts of interest as it applies to Colorado lawyers. Lawyers often encounter potential conflicts of interest with former clients. Comment  to Colo.