Publicly correcting your former client about the matter you represented them on. (Floyd Abrams' letter to the editor in the NYT)
I agree with the letter to the editor that Floyd Abrams wrote. It disagrees with his former client's views about the matter on which he represented the client. That's ok under the ethics rules, right? (Even if some aspect of Oasis West Realty were held to apply in New York?) I suppose that the NYT decision to run the letter is acquiesence/consent, isn't it?