ELC 1.5 VIOLATION OF DUTIES IMPOSED BY THESE RULES A lawyer violates RPC 8.4(l) and may be disciplined under these rules for violating duties imposed by these rules, including but not limited to the following duties: · respond to inquiries or requests about matters under investigation, rule 5.3(f); · file an answer to a formal complaint or to an amendment to a formal complaint, rule 10.5; · cooperate with discovery and comply with hearing orders, rules 10.11(g) and 5.5; · attend a hearing and bring materials requested by disciplinary counsel, rule 10.13(b) and (c); · respond to subpoenas and comply with orders enforcing subpoenas, rule 10.13(e); · notify clients and others of inability to act, rule 14.1; · discontinue practice, rule 14.2; · file an affidavit of compliance, rule 14.3; · maintain confidentiality, rule 3.2(f); · report being disciplined or transferred to disability inactive status in another jurisdiction, rule 9.2(a); · cooperate with an examination of books and records, rule 15.2; · notify the Association of a trust account overdraft, rule 15.4(d); · file a declaration or questionnaire certifying compliance with RPC 1.15A, rule 15.5; · comply with conditions of probation, rule 13.8; · comply with conditions of a stipulation, rule 9.1; · pay restitution, rule 13.7; or · pay costs, rule 5.3(f) or 13.9. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002; September 1, 2006.]
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