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The South Carolina Supreme Court has revised its ethics rule on client confidentiality to include a requirement that lawyers get informed consent to use information about their representation of clients, even if those details are a matter of public record. 

In a story on the update in Bloomberg's Big Law Business, Columbia attorney Jack Pringle notes some questions the rule raises. "For example, information contained in a published case by definition can’t be confidential," he said.

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