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Q: Were there cases of conflict of interest but waived of when it was proved otherwise.

1 Lawyer Answer

Tim Akpinar

Answered

A: There could be, but in modern day practice, most law offices are unwilling to take on representation that could carry even the potential for, or appearance of a conflict. If a matter involves multiple plaintiffs and defendants, most offices aren't going to take the chance that a conflict could eventually disappear as a result of a change in circumstances of the interests among multiple parties.

Tim Akpinar

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