Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
When a lawyer decides to represent a private client, she does not
give up her right to vote or petition governments on her own behalf.
But what about when a lawyer decides to represent a public client,
especially as a lobbyist? Does such a lawyer give up her right to
vote on issues relating to the city government (assuming she sits on
another government's board) or petition a government on behalf of her own
These questions arise from a case in Cincinnati, where a city...