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Jack Pringle Quoted in Big Law Business Story on South Carolina's Client Confidentiality Rule

June 19, 2019

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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