Q: Lawyer stating his clients are person 1 & 2 but attempting to discuss on behalf of person 3.
if a lawyer states person 1 & 2 are his clients, while including them in the communications with me, but also starts arguing on behalf of person 3 who is person 2's spouse and refuses to answer whether he has permission from person 3 to represent her, can I complain to some NY State authority about it?
Is a lawyer required to state he is representing a person before arguing things that are in favor of a person in a case involving that person and me?
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