Since the Uniform Law Commission has passed a final version of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act,  it is beginning to be promoted, discussed, and/or vetted by various attorney groups.  A  threshold question on the adoption of the Act is whether it's provisions should be enacted by statute or rules of court. 

Does anyone have any opinion? comment?  suggestions? 

 

The act, with commentary can be found at: 

Uniform Collaborative Law Act   

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Well, I've got a little light reading to do on the topic before I can offer a qualified opinion on that issue...

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