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California Ethics Questions for TIKKUN's Rabbi MICHAEL LERNER, in re: Karimi v Mithaiwala (BD518503)

Los Angeles, November 22 – Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, raised with Tikkun’s Rabbi Michael Lerner California ethics questions, this time pertaining to the case of Karimi v Mithaiwala (BD518503) at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles:
1) Given the recent United Nations Human Rights Council report, which referred to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession" in California, should attorneys in California include a statement to that effect in their standard engagement agreements?
After all, it surely is a material fact, which the average person may not be aware of, but should consider before retaining an attorney in California or ever going to court.
2) What are the duties and responsibilities of counsel, when representing a client in a corrupt court proceeding?
Outlined in the request (with links to relevant court records) was an add


Added: Nov-22-2010 Occurred On: Nov-22-2010
By: jz12345
Tags: Judicial Corruption, Los Angeles County, California
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