From what I understand about conflicts/ethics violations, a violation usually occurs when an attorney does something with the party they represent, i.e., taking IOLA money, representing parties with differing interests, exposing confidential information . Is it possible for an attorney to have violated the ethics/prof. responsibility rules by doing something to the adversary? i.e., filing claims against adversary that they know to be false, withholding material information from the court, deceiving the court and the adversary, making counterclaims for the sole purpose of harassing and aggravating the adversary because their client was mad that they got sued, advising someone behind closed doors without being retained. How is something like that handled?