Rule 1.8Business transactions with clients
You shall not enter into a business transaction with a client or knowingly acquire ownerhsip interest adverse to a clinet unless, the terms are fair and reasoanbly in writing, the client is advise in writing do seek outside counsel, and the client gives informed consent in writing. Also can't use client information to their disadvantage. Can't solicit gifts, get literary rights, or provide financial aid to client, or accept 3rd party payment of fees without consent. Can't represent multiple parties in criminal case without consent, can't limit malpractice liability with unrepresented person, get a property interest in ligitgation (other than contingent fee) engage in a sexual relationship, or do anyt of these things if another lawyer in your firm's cilents.