San Francisco (Aug. 13, 2003) -- At its annual meeting here, the American Bar Association voted to allow lawyers to turn in corporate clients who are committing fraud.
By a slim 218-201 margin, the ABA’s House of Delegates approved the measure, which requires lawyers to notify company management if they believe fraud is being committed. It also allows corporate attorneys to go to law enforcement authorities if the company does not respond.
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