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As with other lawyers, litigators must comply with applicable ethics rules, professional standards of care and professional obligations. Indeed, the California Rules of Professional Conduct and the California Business and Professional Code apply to all attorneys practicing within the state. But the obligations for litigators in applying those rules, standards and obligations can differ from other practices. The following issues can present unique challenges for litigators that are not faced by their peers in the profession.