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TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER X—SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER B—RULES OF PRACTICE

PART 1103—PRACTITIONERS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§1103.1
Register of practitioners.
§1103.2
Attorneys-at-law—qualifications and requirements to practice before the Board.
§1103.3
Persons not attorneys-at-law—qualifications and requirements for practice before the Board.
§1103.4
Initial appearances.
§1103.5
Discipline.
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Subpart B—CANONS OF ETHICS

§1103.10
Introduction.

The Practitioner's Duties and Responsibilities Toward the Board

§1103.11
Standards of ethical conduct in courts of the United States to be observed.
§1103.12
The practitioner's duty to and attitude toward the Board.
§1103.13
Attempts to exert political or personal influence on the Board are prohibited.
§1103.14
Private communications with the Board are prohibited.

The Practitioner's Duties and Responsibilities Toward a Client

§1103.15
The practitioner's duty to clients, generally.
§1103.16
Adverse influences and conflicting interests.
§1103.17
Joint association of practitioners and conflicts of opinion.
§1103.18
Withdrawal from employment.
§1103.19
Advising upon the merits of a client's cause.
§1103.20
Practitioner's fees and related practices.
§1103.21
How far a practitioner may go in supporting a client's cause.
§1103.22
Restraining clients from improprieties.
§1103.23
Confidences of a client.

The Practitioner's Duties and Responsibilities Regarding Witnesses, Other Litigants and the Public

§1103.24
Use of adverse witnesses.
§1103.25
Treatment of witnesses, litigants and other counsel.
§1103.26
Discussion of pending litigation in the public press.
§1103.27
Candor and fairness in dealing with other litigants.
§1103.28
Negotiations with opposing party.
§1103.29
Public communication and solicitation.
§1103.30
Acceptance of employment.
§1103.31
Responsibility for litigation.
§1103.32
Discovery of imposition and deception and duty to report corrupt or dishonest conduct.
§1103.33
Responsibility when proposing a person for admission to practice before the Board.
§1103.34
Intermediaries.
§1103.35
Partnership or professional corporation names and titles.


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