(a) ?Action? means a lawsuit filed bythe OPC in district court alleging Lawyer misconduct or seeking to transfer aLawyer to disability status.
(b) ?Bar?means the Utah State Bar.
(h) ?injury? means harm to a client, thepublic, the legal system, or the profession that results from a lawyer?smisconduct. The level of injury can range from ?serious? injury to ?little orno? injury; a reference to ?injury? alone indicates any level of injury greaterthan ?little or no? injury.
(i) ?intent? means the conscious objective orpurpose to accomplish a particular result.
(j) ?knowledge? means the conscious awarenessof the nature or attendant circumstances of the conduct but without theconscious objective or purpose to accomplish a particular result.
(k) ?Lawyer? includes those licensed topractice law in any jurisdiction of the United States, foreign legalconsultants, and licensed paralegal practitioners, insofar as the licensedparalegal practitioner is authorized to practice under Utah Special PracticeRule 14-802, unless providedotherwise.
(l) ?licensed?includes lawyers admitted to the Bar, unless provided otherwise.
(m) ?negligence?means a Lawyer?s failure to heed a substantial risk that circumstances exist orthat a result will follow, which failure is a deviation from the standard ofcare that a reasonable Lawyer would exercise in the situation.
(o) ?OPC?means the Office of Professional Conduct.
(q) ?Oversight Committee? means thecommittee established in Rule 11-503 to oversee the OPC.
(r) ?potential injury? means the harm to aclient, the public, the legal system, or the profession that is reasonablyforeseeable at the time of the lawyer?s misconduct, and which, but for someintervening factor or event, would probably have resulted from the lawyer?smisconduct.