Daniel Harrington, writing for the American Bar Association Litigation Section, discusses the perils of practicing law from a jurisdiction where you are not licensed under ABA Rule 5.5 and Ohio's recent amendments to its ethics rules making clear what is required of lawyers who are physically located but not licensed there.

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