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Court Ponders Ethical Screen for Paralegal Conflict at Firm

High court hears case in which a paralegal moved between opposing firms

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The Georgia Supreme Court this week pondered an issue of first impression: whether a paralegal who works on a case then switches to the other side's firm automatically disqualifies her new employer from the litigation.

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