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The lawyer is under a duty to disregard the desires or interests of any third person that would impair the lawyer's independent judgment and loyalty to the client. See MR 1.7(b), EC 5-11, DR 5-107(B). A lawyer may not accept compensation from a third party for services to the client without the full knowledge and consent of the client. See MR 1.8(f), DR 5-107(A). A lawyer may not accept employment by a corporation or anyone else who would have the right to direct or control his professional judgment in representing clients. See MR 5.4(c) and DR 5-107(B).

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