ABA task force to solicit comments in broad examination of pay-to-play

Hume, Lynn Stevens
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/03/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30244, p1
Trade Publication
Announces the American Bar Association's creation of a new task force that will conduct a broad examination on pay-to-play issues that extends beyond municipal securities lawyers. Proposal to ban pay-to-play practices by lawyers in New York State; Reasons for the creation of the task force; Goals and objectives of the task force.


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