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The everyday act of negotiating a settlement may become a minefield for potential malpractice missteps and concomitant civil liability claims for the unwary. This seminar was designed to assist the legal practitioner in avoiding such mines, by identifying and complying with the professional ...
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Key to successfully resolving many malpractice claims is countering plaintiff’s damages theory with a rigorous assessment of the damages available. Developing a persuasive damages evaluation involves considering the following subjects: Liability Analysis – discount for potential defense ...
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Practitioners discussed recent ethics opinions, bar discipline and malpractice claims against practitioners in the Marijuana industry. The panel provided practice pointers for attorneys practicing Marijuana law. Please note, MCLE credit can only be provided to those who attended the live ...
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This webinar addressed how failing to properly conclude an attorney-client relationship may create liability for legal malpractice claims. The presentation included practical tips for terminating a representation without alienating the client or preventing false claims of continued ...
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The Internet of Things, otherwise known as the Alphabet Soup of Privacy – a discussion of emerging privacy and data security laws and trends including PII, IOT, FTC, FCC, PCI, EMV, HIPAA and HITECH. In this webinar, presenters provided an overview and explored major updates concerning the ...
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In this webinar, presenters discussed how to avoid malpractice exposure and comply with fiduciary duties in relation to providing documents to the client – such as the client file, client funds, case status reports, bills, and privileged documents. Please note, MCLE credit can only be ...
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The program gave practical advice about how to handle common conflicts of interest issues such as: when is one barred from representing multiple clients or appearing adversely to a current or former client? When is the representation permitted with the clients’ informed consent, and how ...
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For most attorneys, the tenth of the hour is the pulse of their practice. Good billing practices don’t just increase an attorney’s ability to account for time and efforts expended on behalf of a client, they are in themselves an important part of client advocacy. Because good billing ...
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This presentation addressed best practices for litigating under a reservation of rights, focusing on ways to protect your insurance client and your bar license. Presenters also provided perspectives from insurance clients, as well as tips to handle an ultimate denial of coverage. Please note, ...
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This webinar discussed the ethical and liability issues for in-house and outside counsel relating to litigation. Presenters covered conflicts, ethics, and spoliation, and sanctions referencing recent and pending cases. Please note, MCLE credit can only be provided to those who attended the live ...
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On December 1, 2015, the new amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure went into effect. The 2015 amendments address the challenges of data preservation with a new Rule 37(e), which significantly changes court’s analysis regarding duties of preservation and the standard for ...
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