The Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct are rules of reason. They should be interpreted with reference to the purposes of legal representation and of the law confidentiality under Rule 1.6, that attach when the lawyer agrees to consider whether a client . 5122.31 Confidentiality. (A) All certificates, applications, records, and reports made for the purpose of this chapter and sections 2945.38, 2945.39, 2945.40, 2945.401, and 2945.402 of the Revised Code, other than court journal entries or court docket entries, and directly or indirectly identifying a patient or former patient or person whose hospitalization or commitment has been sought under.
The confidentiality rule, for example, applies not only to matters communicated in confidence by the client but also to all information relating to the representation, whatever its source. A lawyer may not disclose such information except as authorized or required by the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct or other law. See also Scope. Laws and Rules 3/5/2018 This document includes the Chapters of the Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Administrative Code relevant to the practice of Counseling, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy. This is not an official version of the Ohio Revised Code or Ohio Administrative Code. This version of the Laws and Rules is formatted for readability.
Dec 22, 2014 · When it comes to sex, there are universal rules that one should generally follow. It’s a code of etiquette that every Millennial should be aware of. Unfortunately, all too often, many of these Author: Gigi Engle. The prosecutor shall represent the interests of the state in the hearing. In any hearing under this division, the Rules of Civil Procedure or, if the hearing is in a juvenile court, the Rules of Juvenile Procedure apply, except to the extent that those Rules would by their nature be clearly inapplicable.