JOHN R. PRICE, The Fundamentals of Ethically Representing Multiple Clients in Estate Planning, 62 University of Miami Law Review 735 (April 2008)

If there were an Olympic event in estate planning, I'd want John R. Price to represent our country. Unlike the blind men and the elephant, he sees the entire estate-planning elephant in our lives from the vantage points of a front-line practitioner, scholar and teacher. In The Fundamentals of Ethically Representing Multiple Clients in Estate Planning, Price, professor of law emeritus and dean emeritus

If there were an Olympic event in estate planning, I'd want John R. Price to represent our country. Unlike the blind men and the elephant, he sees the entire estate-planning elephant in our lives — from the vantage points of a front-line practitioner, scholar and teacher.

In “The Fundamentals of Ethically Representing Multiple Clients in Estate Planning,” Price, professor of law emeritus and dean emeritus at the University of Washington School of Law, zeros in on the ethics of represe

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