Legal Ethics for Non-litigators in the Client Lifecycle: Part 2—Representing Clients

Published
Wed, 2014-04-02

Megan Zavieh, attorney ethics, providing limited scope representation to attorneys facing State Bar disciplinary action; James C. Roberts III, chair, State Bar CA IP Section’s Licensing Interest Group, and Global Capital Law Group PC

noon-1 pm
$55
1 hr

http://calbar.inreachce.com/ or (877) 880-1335

While all lawyers often face the same ethical issues, transactional lawyers and corporate lawyers often need guidance tailored to their non-litigation practice. Through a series of hypotheticals, ethical rules as they apply through the “life cycle” with clients, now concentrating on representing clients—e.g., conflicts will be explained.