LEO: House Counsel — Dual Practice LE Op. 226
House Counsel — Dual Practice.
June 12, 1973
It is not improper for a lawyer employed full-time as counsel to an insurance company to maintain a separate office for his private practice and to furnish legal services to individual employees of the company at the request of said individuals, for which said individuals would pay. [See II: DR:2-103(A), (B), (C) and (D).]
Committee Opinion June 12, 1973
See also LE Op. 802, LE Op. 869, LE Op. 1353
LEO: House Counsel - Dual Practice, LE Op. 226 (1973)