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Kansas lawyers do not have to report ex-partner who appears to have memory lapses

The opinion from the Kansas Bar Association’s ethics committee related to an attorney who left a law firm, but kept on practicing law

Kansas lawyers have been advised that a law firm in that state “has no duty” to report to officials about a lawyer who is believed to have “memory lapses” unless there are ethics issues.

The opinion from the Kansas Bar Association’s ethics committee related to an attorney who left a law firm but kept on practicing law.

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