Guidance on Ethics Questions From Utah Lawyers
Ethics Opinion Archive of the Utah State Bar
|2013 – 01||April 9, 2013||When a lawsuit or claim is filed against a government
entity, the attorney’s office of that entity sends all relevant
employees an e-mail including a litigation hold notice and
certain questions regarding the location of documents possibly relevant to the pending claim. If the claim has been
brought by an employee, such as an employment
discrimination claim, the complaining employee would also
receive the e-mail. In this situation, does the attorney’s office sending this e-mail to all relevant employees, including a represented plaintiff or complaining employee,
constitute a violation of Utah Rule of Professional Conduct
|2013 – 02||April 9, 2013|| The requesting attorney seeks an opinion on several
related matters, which the Committee has combined into
three general areas of inquiry: (i) may an attorney pay a non-lawyer, directly or indirectly, for a referral; (ii) may an
attorney enter into a joint marketing and/or cross-referral
arrangement with a non-attorney; and (iii) may an attorney
acquire an ownership or equity interest in, or making a loan
to, a business, with the expectation of receiving referrals
from the business.
|2013 – 03||September 11, 2013||Whether a lawyer violates her duty to diligently
represent a client who wishes to appeal a juvenile court’s
order, but refuses to sign the Notice of Appeal (which will
be dismissed without appellant’s signature pursuant to
statute) due to her diminished capacity.
|2013 – 04||September 30, 2013|| The question before the Committee concerns federal
criminal law practice in the District of Utah. Although it
may have general application, this Opinion is confined to
that arena. The question is whether it is ethical under the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct for a criminal defense
attorney (hereafter “the attorney”) to advise a
client/defendant (hereafter “the client”) to negotiate and
enter into a plea agreement whereby the client, as an
integral part of his plea of guilty, waives all post-conviction
claims the client may have, including claims of ineffective
assistance of the attorney, except for claims of ineffective
assistance of counsel based upon negotiating or entering in
to the plea or waiver.
|2013 – 05||September 10, 2013||To what extent may an attorney participate in an
“on-site” fee/ retainer funding program to obtain and
finance attorney retainer or litigation funds?
|2012 -01||January 10, 2012|| Three related questions are before the Committee. The
attorney states that she separately represented a woman and
a man (the “wife” and “husband,” respectively), both prior
to their marriage. She subsequently represented both parties
after they were married. The parties subsequently went to
trial seeking a divorce (the “divorce”). The first question is
whether representation of the wife, prior to the marriage of
the parties, in litigation (the “separate action”) constitutes a
conflict which would preclude the attorney from
representing the husband on appeal in the divorce? Second,
does the fact that the attorney testified at the divorce trial as a percipient witness, preclude her from representing the husband on appeal. Third, does representation of the wife in
litigation involving both husband and wife against a third
party during the course of their marriage (the “joint
litigation”), wherein, notwithstanding the attorney’s vigorous but unsuccessful advocacy of the wife’s position,
the wife was dismissed from the case, preclude the attorney
from representing the husband on appeal in the divorce,
particularly where the attorney now believes the trial court
was correct in dismissing the wife from the joint litigation?
|2012 -02||May 1, 2012|| What are the ethical and practical considerations
applicable to attorneys representing clients in the state of
Utah under flat-fee or fixed-fee agreements (hereinafter
referred to as flat-fee agreements)?
|2012 -03||December 13, 2012|| May a community association management
company profit from legal work performed by the
company-s in-house attorney?
|2011 -01||August 24, 2011|| Two interrelated issues are before the Committee: First, may an attorney representing a plaintiff in
a personal injury action indemnify and hold harmless a party being released from any medical expenses and/or
liens which might remain unpaid after the settlement funds are fully disbursed? Second, in a personal injury action,
may an attorney request another attorney to indemnify and
hold harmless a party being released from any medical
expenses and/or liens which might remain unpaid after the
settlement funds are fully disbursed?
|2011 -02||November 8, 2011||If an indigent litigation client asks his attorney
for a financial gift, is the attorney permitted to provide that
charitable gift or do the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct
prohibit doing so?
|2011 -03||November 15, 2011||Is it a violation of the Utah Rules of Professional
Conduct for an attorney to ask a law student to undertake
research using the law student’s free account and in breach
of the student’s contract with Lexis and/or Westlaw?
|No opinions were issued in 2010|
|2009 -01||February 23, 2009||What are the ethical limits for the use of
testimonials, dramatizations or fictionalized representations
in lawyers’ advertising on television or web sites?
|2009 -02||August 11, 2009||The five issues addressed in this Opinion are based upon
the following general scenario:
A lawyer represents many homeowner’s associations (both
condominium and PUD) in various matters, at various
times. Many of these associations are nonprofit
corporations and others are common law associations. They
are all operated through elected volunteer owner
representatives who are organized into boards of directors
(although they sometimes use diferent names for the
representatives such as the management committee or board
of trustees). Many of these boards hire professional
managers, as they lack the experience, skils, and time to
properly manage the associations. Some associations that
the lawyer represents were referred through managers of the
associations. Some of these managers work for management
companies that manage many associations, thus providing
an incentive for the lawyer to develop a good relationship
with the manager to hopefully facilitate future referrals of
other associations that the manager manages. It is also
important for the lawyer to maintain a reasonably good
relationship with the manager related to the lawyer’s clients
managed by that manager, because it is common in the
industry for the manager to act as the point of contact with
the attorney on legal matters involving an association. The
lawyer does not represent or work directly for the manager
or management companies.
|2008 -01||April 8, 2008|| May an attorney provide legal assistance to
litigants appearing before a tribunal pro se and prepare
written submissions for them without disclosing the nature or extent of such assistance? If so, what are the attorney’s
obligations when full representation is not undertaken?
|2008 -01 Dissent||April 8, 2008|| Dissents from a Utah Ethics Advisory Opinion are understandably rare because of the harmonious working
relationship among Ethics Committee members and the
shared objective: to provide well-researched and analyzed
ethics opinions upon which Utah State Bar members can
hopefully rely. It is, therefore, with some trepidation that I
dissent from the main opinion. In my view, the main
opinion is logically inconsistent with a Tenth Circuit
decision that binds Utah lawyers in federal court;
incompatible with judicial and ethics opinions in other
jurisdictions; and potentially harmful to what I think should
be the overriding ideal of all ethics opinions – to ensure
justice for clients.
|2008 -02||March 11, 2008|| Under what circumstances may an attorney who
has represented a party in conjunction with a proceeding to
appoint a guardian for an adult incapacitated person
represent the guardian that is subsequently appointed as a
result of that proceeding?
|2007 -01||March 9, 2007|| May a lawyer purchase the exclusive right to
referrals generated from the membership base of an
organization whose members from time to time may have
need of the legal services offered by that lawyer?
|2007 -02||June 10, 2007|| If an attorney guardian ad litem is appointed by a
court for a person, may another attorney communicate with
the person about the subject of the representation without
the prior consent of the attorney guardian ad litem?
|2006 -01||June 2, 2006|
|2006 -02||June 2, 2006|| Is an unexecuted trust or will or an unfiled
extraordinary writ prepared by a lawyer for a client part of
the “client’s file” within the meaning of Rule 1.16 which
must be delivered to the client at the termination of the
|2006 -03||December 8, 2006|| Under what circumstances may a Utah lawyer be
personally involved in a lending transaction to finance a
client’s cause of action or obtain funds for the payment of
the lawyer’s legal fees and expenses?
|2006 -04||December 8, 2006|| May a current or former client’s access to
information in his client file in a criminal matter be
restricted by his attorney?
|2006 -05||December 30, 2006|| Do the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct1
preclude a lawyer from participating in an ad hoc legal
advisory group to a private, nonprofit, public interest legal
organization, if the persons served by the legal services
organization have interests adverse to the interests of a
client of the lawyer or the lawyer’s law firm?
|2005 -01||April 28, 2005|| A former client of an attorney moved the trial
court to set aside the former client’s previous guilty plea on
the basis that the attorney’s prior advice on accepting the prosecution’s plea offer had “confused” him. May the
attorney testify concerning the previous discussions with
the former client to prevent a possible fraud upon the court
or to protect the attorney’s good name and reputation?
|2005 -02||April 28, 2005|| What is the ethical responsibility of an attorney
serving as defense counsel in a criminal case, when
expressly requested by the court at a sentencing hearing for
information obtained from or about the defendant regarding
the defendant’s prior convictions?
|2005 -03||May 6, 2005|| May a lawyer who serves as a domestic relations
mediator, following a successful mediation, draft the
settlement agreement and necessary court pleadings to
obtain a divorce for the parties?
|2005 -04||September 8, 2005|| What are the responsibilities of an attorney to a person the attorney has interviewed as a prospective client
after it has been determined that the attorney will not
undertake the representation?
|2004 -01||March 29, 2004||What action, if any, may a lawyer for an
employer ethically undertake on behalf of a vanished
former employee who, along with the employer, has been
named as a defendant in an action arising when the person
was an employee?
|2004 -01 Amend||December 2, 2004|| What action, if any, may a lawyer for an employer
ethically undertake on behalf of a vanished former employee who, along with the employer, has been named as a defendant in an action arising when the person was an
|2004 -02||April 19, 2004|| May a plaintiff’s lawyer continue to represent the
plaintiff in a legal malpractice action when opposing
counsel has announced an intention to call plaintiff’s lawyer
as a witness?
|2004 -04||April 19, 2004|| In litigation to enforce an oral contract allegedly
made by a corporate defendant’s former employee on behalf
of the corporation, where the former employee was not a member of the control group, may the plaintiff’s attorney
contact the ex-employee without the consent of the
corporate defendant’s attorney?
|2004 -05||December 2, 2004|| Do the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct preclude
a lawyer from forming a cooperative organization that
offers certain non-legal, but law-related, services such as
trust administration and investment management; referring
clients to that organization; and participating in the organization’s profit sharing?
|2004 -06||December 2, 2004|| Under what circumstances is it permissible for corporate counsel to assert that counsel concurrently
represents present and former corporate employees whose
testimony is relevant to a claim and ethically preclude opposing counsel’s access to those corporate employee witnesses?
|2003 -01||January 30, 2003|| May a Utah Assistant Attorney General serve as a hearing officer or other adjudicator for a Utah government
agency on a matter for which the Office of Attorney
General, which employs the attorney, may eventually
undertake an advocacy role?
|2003 -02||April 23, 2003|| What are the ethical responsibilities of a plaintiff’s lawyer who reasonably believes a health-care
provider that he deals with on a recurring basis may be
charging his clients and prospective clients for services not
|2003 -03||June 23, 2003|| Is it ethical for a lawyer to advertise to provide
legal services in Social Security Administration hearings to
claimants who have been denied benefits, where nonlawyers are used by the lawyer in providing these
|2004 -04||October 14, 2003|| May a lawyer threaten to present criminal
charges against an opposing party or witness during
negotiations in a private civil matter?
|2002 -01||February 11, 2002|| Do the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct
preclude a Utah lawyer from financing litigation costs
through a loan from a third-party lending institution, if (a)
the lawyer is obligated to repay the loan and (b) the client,
by separate agreement with the lawyer, is obligated to
reimburse the lawyer for such costs?
|2002 -02||February 11, 2002|| To what extent does the recent amendment to Utah Rules of Professional Conduct 7.3(c) affect a lawyer’s or law firm’s newsletters and “alerts” to clients and
prospective clients, brochures provided at public seminars,
promotional items provided at seminars and other events,
and web-site information?
|2002 -03||February 27, 2002|| What are the ethical obligations of an insurance
defense lawyer with respect to insurance company
guidelines and flat-fee arrangements?
|2002 -04||March 15, 2002|| May a lawyer, who is also a certified public
accountant employed by an accounting firm, contemporaneously conduct from an office at the
accounting firm public accounting services as an employee
of the accounting firm and a law practice independent from
the accounting firm without violating the Utah Rules of
|2002 -05||March 18, 2002||What are the ethical considerations for a governmental lawyer who participates in a lawful covert
governmental operation, such as a law enforcement
investigation of suspected illegal activity or an intelligence
gathering activity, when the covert operation entails conduct employing dishonesty, fraud, misrepresentation or deceit?
|2002 -06||June 12, 2002|| May an attorney represent a client in a criminal
matter where the attorney will have to cross-examine as an
adverse witness a former client whom the attorney
previously represented in an unrelated matter?
|2002 -07||September 13, 2002|| Under Rule 5.4 of the Utah Rules of Professional
Responsibility, may a Utah lawyer (a) hire a paralegal, not
otherwise associated with the lawyer or the lawyer’s firm, as an independent contractor, or (b) compensate an employee
paralegal or other firm employee based on a percentage of
the lawyer’s fees.
|2002 -08||September 18, 2002|| An attorney filed a complaint with the Judicial
Conduct Commission against a judge. The complaint was eventually dismissed for insufficient evidence with no
finding of misconduct. May the attorney accept new cases as counsel and appear before that judge without advising
the clients of the complaint and without giving them the option of the attorney filing a motion for recusal?
|2002 -09||September 24, 2002|| Is it ethical for an attorney to enter into a
contingency-fee agreement, under which all fees, expenses
and costs of litigation are unconditionally assumed by the
|2002 -10||December 18, 2002|| May a lawyer review pleadings prepared by a non-lawyer mediator for simple, uncontested divorces and
advise the mediator on how to modify the pleadings for
filing in court?
|2001-01||January 26, 2001|| Under the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct,
may an attorney representing a client in a divorce case
assert a statutory attorney’s lien under Utah Code Ann. §
78-54-41 against property awarded to the client in the divorce settlement?
|2001-02||February 21, 2001|| Does a lawyer violate the Utah Rules of
Professional Conduct if he agrees to discount his fees to a
client until a referral fee initially charged to the client by a
lawyer-referral service is reimbursed to the client?
|2001-03||March 21, 2001|| What are the ethical considerations where a
lawyer seeks to disqualify a judge from a case by
associating a lawyer from the judge’s prior private law firm
and intentionally creating a circumstance in which the judge
may conclude that he must recuse himself from the case?
|2001-04||May 10, 2001|| Is it ethical for lawyers to charge clients an
annual fee for estate planning and asset-protection legal
services based on a percentage of the value of the assets
|2001-05||July 13, 2001|| What are the ethical implications for a real estate
broker who includes in his promotional material that he is also a lawyer?
|2001-06 AMEND||Issued June 12, 2002|| May a private practitioner who serves as a part-time county attorney represent private clients in
connection with protective-order hearings?
|2001-07||August 29, 2001||Is it a violation of the ethical rules for an
attorney or law firm to use trade names such as “Legal
Center for the Wrongfully Accused” or “Legal Center for Victims of Domestic Violence” in selected court pleadings
|2000 -01||March 9, 2000||What are the ethical obligations of a lawyer to
protect client confidentiality in the use of Internet e-mail
|2000 -02||March 9, 2000||May a Utah lawyer ethically state on her letterhead
that she is “also admitted” in another state when she is on
inactive status in that state?
|2000 -03||March 9, 2000||May a Utah lawyer who is also a real estate title
officer ethically enter into a partnership with or form a
small business corporation with a nonlawyer for the purpose of assisting clients in challenging their real estate
|2000 -04||June 2, 2000||What are a lawyer’s ethical duties to a third person
who claims an interest in proceeds of a personal injury
settlement or award received by the lawyer?
|2000 -05||December 1, 2000||Where a defendant is being represented by a
lawyer appointed by defendant’s insurance carrier prior to
the entry of any judgment against the defendant, would it be
ethical for plaintiff’s lawyer to convey a settlement offer proposing that plaintiff take an assignment of any bad-faith
claim that the defendant might have against the insurance
carrier in exchange for plaintiff’s agreement not to execute
against defendant for amounts exceeding the insurance policy limits?
|2000 -06||September 29, 2000||What are the ethical obligations of an attorney
who, unaware his client will lie, hears the client commit
perjury or otherwise materially mislead a tribunal?
|2000 -07||June 2, 2000||Do the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct prohibit a lawyer licensed to practice in Utah from participating in
an association of lawyers that would use joint letterhead,
with a disclaimer that the association “is an affiliation of
independent attorneys-not a partnership?”
|1999-01||January 29, 1999||What are an attorney’s ethical obligations when
the attorney or his client has lawfully obtained an
attorney-client communication between an opposing party
and opposing counsel under conditions where the opposing
party may not have intended to waive the attorney-client
|1999-02||April 30, 1999||Does a lawyer who negotiates or communicates with
an opposing party’s legal assistant, secretary or other non-lawyer representative about substantive matters assist
in the unauthorized practice of law under Utah Rule of
Professional Conduct 5.5(b)?
|1999-03||May 28, 1999|| May a defense lawyer make ex parte contact with
plaintiff’s treating physician?
|1999-03R||October 29, 1999|| On May 28, 1999, the Utah State Bar Board of Bar Commissioners (the Commission) approved Utah Ethics Advisory Opinion No. 99-03, (fn1) which held that nothing
in the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct prohibits a defense lawyer from making an ex parte contact with
plaintiff’s treating physician in a personal-injury or medical-malpractice matter.
|1999-04||June 30, 1999|| What are the ethical considerations that
govern a lawyer who wishes to conduct legal seminars;
provide legal information to groups of retirement-home
residents; host open houses; set up information booths at
trade shows; participate in Bar-sponsored
question-and-answer programs; or make in-person contacts
with prospective clients at the request of their friends or
|1999-05||July 30, 1999|| What are the ethical implications of the Office of the
Attorney General’s proposed investigation to determine whether any Utah criminal laws were violated by the Salt
Lake City Bid Committee for the Olympic Winter Games in
view of the Attorney General’s prior association with the Bid Committee?
|1999-06||August 27, 1999||As a part of a criminal plea bargain agreement in a DUI case, may either the prosecuting attorney or the defense lawyer seek the concurrence of the investigating
police officer not to respond to a subpoena lawfully issued
by the Utah Driver License Division in connection with the
related driver-license revocation hearing, a state
|1999-07||December 3, 1999||May a lawyer refer a client to an investment advisor
for investment and financial planning and take a referral fee
from the commission paid by the client to the investment
|1998-01||January 23, 1998|| May an elected county attorney or other prosecutor
who is allowed to engage in private practice continue to act as attorney in a civil matter in which the opposing party in
the civil matter commits a crime or otherwise comes under
suspicion as a potential criminal defendant in that county?
Is it enough that the prosecutor refers any criminal matter
involving the opposing litigant to another prosecutor, or must the attorney withdraw from both matters?
|1998-02||April 17, 1998|| May an attorney represent both a county and a city
that lies within the jurisdiction of the county as to civil
|1998-03||April 17, 1998||May a lawyer hired by an insurance company to
defend an insured in a lawsuit submit billing statements to
an outside audit service?
|1998-04||April 17, 1998||May a private practitioner who has been appointed as
special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute
a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in
any jurisdiction in Utah?
|1998-05||April 17, 1998|| Is it unethical for a defense attorney to offer a “full
satisfaction” settlement, conditioned upon plaintiff’s waiving a claim for attorneys’ fees against a defendant?
|1998-06||October 30, 1998|| Members of a county attorney’s office have
requested an advisory opinion concerning conflicts between
(1) attorney-client relationships between a county attorney
and county officers and (2) statutory duties of a county
attorney under Utah Code Ann. § 17-5-206 to institute suits
to recover or restrain unlawful payments of county funds.
|1998-07||August 7, 1998|| May the lawyer for the plaintiff in a personal-injury
case directly contact the adjuster for defendant’s insurer
without first obtaining the consent of the defendant’s attorney?
|1998-08||September 11, 1998|| May a law firm wholly own an
accounting-practice subsidiary that is staffed by employees
other than the firm’s lawyers and would perform services
for the lawyer’s clients and others?
|1998-09||October 30, 1998|| Is the Office of the Guardian ad Litem sufficiently
similar to the Attorney General’s Office to render it a
“government agency” within the meaning of the Utah Rules
of Professional Conduct, and if so, does Rule 1.10
concerning imputed disqualifications, apply to the Office of
the Guardian ad Litem? Does Rule 1.11, “Successive Government and Private Employment,” apply to the Office
of the Guardian ad Litem?
|1998-10||October 2, 1998|| Is it ethical for an attorney to serve as member of the
board of directors of a client corporation?
|1998-11||October 30, 1998|| In a lawsuit against a Utah county, brought by the
heirs of a decedent whose medical bills were paid (in part)
by the State of Utah’s Medicaid program after the decedent
had been in the county’s jail facility, what are the ethical
considerations that govern a medical cost-recovery retainer
agreement among the heirs, their attorney and the State’s
Office of Recovery Services (ORS)?
|1998-12||December 4, 1998|| When a lawyer becomes aware that another
lawyer has illegally used or possessed controlled
substances, under what circumstances must the first lawyer
report such conduct to the Utah State Bar?
|1998-13||December 4, 1998|| What are the ethical obligations and considerations
that govern a law firm’s acceptance of a financial interest
such as stock in a client company in return for performing
legal services for that company?
|1998-14||December 4, 1998|| Is it unethical for a lawyer in a divorce case to advise
a client that she may obtain a protective order pro se or to
allow the client to appear pro se in the protective-order
case, while the lawyer continues to represent the client in
the divorce proceeding?
|1998-15||January 29, 1999|| May a lawyer, who identifies himself as a lawyer,
write an article or letter to the editor for a non-legal
publication on (a) a legal subject or (b) a non-legal subject?
|1997-01||January 24, 1997|| What is the ethical obligation of an attorney to a
client or former client, when the attorney is unable to locate
the client, and the attorney is holding trust funds on behalf
of that client?
|1997-02||January 24, 1997||Is information provided by an accused to his attorney
in an initial telephone conference confidential as against a
request from law enforcement authorities for such
|1997-03||April 25, 1997||May an attorney engage in a direct solicitation, by
mail and for pecuniary gain, that advertises mediation and
|1997-04||April 25, 1997|| May a law firm furnish lists of clients’ names, addresses and telephone numbers to securities brokers, financial planners, insurance salesmen and other professionals, without receiving prior permission from the
|1997-05||April 25, 1997||Is it ethical for an attorney to receive payment
for legal services other than in money?
|1997-06||May 30, 1997||Under the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, what are the ethical limitations that govern attorneys’ acceptance
of clients’ credit cards to pay fees and costs?
|1997-07||May 30, 1997||Is a lawyer, acting as a trustee under the United
States Bankruptcy Code, required to maintain bankruptcy
estate trust funds in a financial institution that complies
with check-overdraft reporting requirements described in Rule 1.15?
|1997-08||November 1, 1996||May an attorney represent a person who seeks to
obtain payment under the terms of a client-solicitation
agreement entered into with another attorney, where the
agreement involved the payment of a “finder’s fee” to the
|1997-09||July 28, 1997||The Opinion is the result of a specific inquiry from a Utah
attorney who has proposed to provide legal services as outlined in the Facts section in the body of the Opinion. The
Opinion addresses the ethical considerations of a lawyer who plans to perform certain estate-planning legal services
in conjunction with a non-lawyer estate-planning
professional who is not employed or retained by the lawyer.
In general, we find that the lawyer must perform an
independent role as legal advisor to the client, assuring that
the estate plan and associated documents are legally
appropriate to accomplishing the client’s objectives
|1997-10||October 24, 1997||May a Utah attorney advertise services on a web
page or engage in other electronic advertising on the
|1997-11||December 5, 1997||May an attorney finance the expected costs of a case by borrowing money from a non-lawyer pursuant to a non-recourse promissory note, where the note is secured by
the attorney’s interest in his contingent fee in the case?
|1997-12||January 23, 1998||Utah Code Ann. § 62A-4a-403 obligates any person
who suspects a child has been subjected to abuse to report
such conduct to the nearest law enforcement officer. Is it a violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct if the
attorney does not report a client’s conduct that falls under
this provision when the attorney learns of such conduct
from the client and the client refuses to consent to such
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|1975-22||June 18, 1975|
|1975-23||August 22, 1975|
|1974-18||February 23, 1974|
|1974-19||April 12, 1974|
|1974-20||April 12, 1974|
|1973-11||February 3, 1973|
|1973-12||August 15, 1973|
|1973-13||August 15, 1973|
|1973-14||October 12, 1973|
|1973-15||October 12, 1973|
|1973-16||October 12, 1973|
|1973-17||November 28, 1973|
|1972-5||January 13, 1972|
|1972-6||January 13, 1972|
|1972-7||March 31, 1972|
|1972-8||April 21, 1972|
|1972-9||June 7, 1972|
|1972-10||July 7, 1972|
|1971-3||December 1, 1971|
|1971-4||December 1, 1971|
|1970-2||October 23, 1970|
|1965-1||October 23, 1970|