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There are a multitude of ethical issues that can surface during lateral hires, partner departures, and especially law firm dissolutions. When should an attorney making a lateral move check conflicts? At what point does one notify the current firm of departure? Should a law firm have a pre-nup that divides up assets after liabilities have been paid? This program will answer all of these questions, addressing common ethical dilemmas that emerge and the relevant case law, ABA statues, and D.C. legal ethics opinions that can guide an attorney encountering these situations.
Deepika H. Ravi, Esq., Lauren E. Snyder, Esq.
August 27, 2018
Deepika H. Ravi, Esq
Lauren E. Snyder, Esq.
Ethics, Bias & Professionalism
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The Basics of Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine (On-Demand)
Ethical Strategies for Dealing with the Difficult Client (On-Demand)
Ethical Issues Arising from Lateral Hires, Partner Departures and Law Firm Dissolutions
Trial Preparation Basics for Paralegals (Self-Study)
Attorney Award Programs: Earning and Ethically Marketing (On-Demand)
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