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Piling on...

Please allow for a bit of venting regarding the Gilbert Heinz affair, alluded to by Ted here.

If the WSJ article is accurate, the GH firm claims Congoleum waived any conflict. Let's see, GH was suing Congoleum and defending Congoleum at the same time.... As a professor of legal ethics, I would fail any student who did not see that such conflicts are not "waivable." How GH's lawyers could have failed to see this most fundamental of conflicts is simply beyond me.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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