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Title 32 Part 776

Title 32 → Subtitle A → Chapter VI → Subchapter G → Part 776

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Title 32 Part 776

Title 32Subtitle AChapter VISubchapter GPart 776


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

SUBCHAPTER G—MISCELLANEOUS RULES

PART 776—PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT OF ATTORNEYS PRACTICING UNDER THE COGNIZANCE AND SUPERVISION OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§776.1
Purpose.
§776.2
Applicability.
§776.3
Policy.
§776.4
Attorney-client relationships.
§776.5
Judicial conduct.
§776.6
Conflict.
§776.7
Reporting requirements.
§776.8
Professional Responsibility Committee.
§776.9
Rules Counsel.
§776.10
Informal ethics advice.
§776.11
Outside practice of law.
§776.12
Maintenance of files.
§§776.13-776.17
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

§776.18
Preamble.
§776.19
Principles.
§776.20
Competence.
§776.21
Establishment and scope of representation.
§776.22
Diligence.
§776.23
Communication.
§776.24
Fees.
§776.25
Confidentiality of information.
§776.26
Conflict of interest: General rule.
§776.27
Conflict of interests: Prohibited transactions.
§776.28
Conflict of interest: Former client.
§776.29
Imputed disqualification: General rule.
§776.30
Successive Government and private employment.
§776.31
Former judge or arbitrator.
§776.32
Department of the Navy as client.
§776.33
Client with diminished capacity.
§776.34
Safekeeping property.
§776.35
Declining or terminating representation.
§776.36
Prohibited sexual relations.
§776.37
Advisor.
§776.38
Mediation.
§776.39
Evaluation for use by third persons.
§776.40
Meritorious claims and contentions.
§776.41
Expediting litigation.
§776.42
Candor and obligations toward the tribunal.
§776.43
Fairness to opposing party and counsel.
§776.44
Impartiality and decorum of the tribunal.
§776.45
Extra-tribunal statements.
§776.46
Attorney as witness.
§776.47
Special responsibilities of a trial counsel and other government counsel.
§776.48
Advocate in nonadjudicative proceedings.
§776.49
Truthfulness in statements to others.
§776.50
Communication with person represented by counsel.
§776.51
Dealing with an unrepresented person.
§776.52
Respect for rights of third persons.
§776.53
Responsibilities of the Judge Advocate General and supervisory attorneys.
§776.54
Responsibilities of a subordinate attorney.
§776.55
Responsibilities regarding non-attorney assistants.
§776.56
Professional independence of a covered USG attorney.
§776.57
Unauthorized practice of law.
§§776.58-776.65
[Reserved]
§776.66
Bar admission and disciplinary matters.
§776.67
Judicial and legal officers.
§776.68
Reporting professional misconduct.
§776.69
Misconduct.
§776.70
Jurisdiction.
§776.71
Requirement to remain in good standing with licensing authorities.
§§776.72-776.75
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—COMPLAINT PROCESSING PROCEDURES

§776.76
Policy.
§776.77
Related investigations and actions.
§776.78
Informal complaints.
§776.79
The formal complaint.
§776.80
Initial screening.
§776.81
Forwarding the complaint.
§776.82
Interim suspension.
§776.83
Preliminary inquiry.
§776.84
Ethics investigation.
§776.85
Effect of separate proceeding.
§776.86
Action by the Judge Advocate General.
§776.87
Finality.
§776.88
Report to licensing authorities.
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Subpart D—OUTSIDE PRACTICE OF LAW BY COVERED USG ATTORNEYS

§776.89
Background.
§776.90
Definition.
§776.91
Policy.
§776.92
Action.
§776.93
Revalidation.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart D of Part 776—Outside Law Practice Questionnaire and Request.
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Subpart E—RELATIONS WITH NON-USG COUNSEL

§776.94
Relations with Non-USG Counsel.
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Subpart F—[RESERVED]