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What steps an attorney is supposed to take to withdraw from a representation depends on a number of factors, including whether the matter involves current litigation and whether the attorney can withdraw without prejudicing the client’s intkerests.
"This resolution empowers tens of thousands of consumers to take a stand and rid the environment of these polluting vehicles once and for all. At the same time, it sends a strong message to all powerful entities, particularly those that may think they are above the law."