The Ethics Trifecta: How to Avoid Sanctionable Lawyer Behavior, Crossing the Line in Pre-Petition Planning, and Dangerous Conflicts of Interest

Join us as we explore three complicated areas of ethics that all attorneys should be wary of. First, we will discuss examples of sanctionable lawyer behavior and when that behavior can result in a law firm being sanctioned. Second, some pre-petition planning is necessary, obvious and required in order to advance your clients’ interests, but some planning can cross the line between permissible advocacy and fraud. How do you know where the line is so that you can represent your client to the best of your abilities and avoid trouble? Lastly, some conflicts are clear, while others are more nuanced. This panel delves into the duties regarding perilous conflicts, and steps you can take to make sure you comply with the appropriate rules of professional responsibility while still representing the best interests of the client.

Price: $25.00
SKU: 162529
90 mins
"Tanya Sambatakos, Moderator Molleur Law Office; Biddeford, Maine Hon. Peter G. Cary U.S. Bankruptcy Court (D. Me.); Portland Jonathan R. Goldsmith Goldsmith, Katz & Argenio, P.C.; Springfield, Mass. William K. Harrington Office of the U.S. Trustee; New York"