Attorney Published Article
What You Can Do and What Should You Do: Some Moral and Ethical Dilemmas in the Transactional ContextRead Time: 1 min
In the transactional context, there are two important areas relating to the ethical conduct of attorneys. First are the moral obligations imposed in the negotiation process—good faith and fair dealing. The second deals with rules applicable to attorneys as ethical standards, including rules dealing with conflicts of interest, self-dealing, confidentiality, and dealing with third persons.
Baton Rouge Member R. Marshall Grodner addressed moral and ethical dilemmas in the transactional context in an article for The Abstract, a biannual publication from the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA).