Dealing with an impaired lawyer in your firm

Lawyers, like everyone else, can become impaired to a lesser or greater degree because of addiction to drugs or alcohol or an emotional or psychological condition. If you become aware that a lawyer in your firm may be impaired, do the Illinois Supreme Court Rules of Professional Conduct require that you do anything about it? Unless the lawyer is impaired to the extent that the lawyer is violating or …

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