Ethics

NO CLE - What Would You Do? Ethics in Bankruptcy Practice: Avoiding Problems — and Malpractice

This interactive session will feature fact patterns and scenarios designed to engage the audience with real-world issues that illustrate ethical problems faced by bankruptcy professionals. The session will focus on identifying and resolving these issues before you find yourself in hot water.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: Social Butterflies Beware: Ethical Issues Relating to the Use of Social Media

Panelists will discuss ethical issues relating to due diligence and debtor and creditor actions online as well as practice pointers for engaging in social media.

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Ethics: Who Is the Client?

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Ethics Track: Dealing with Difficult Clients and Counsel

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Ethics Track: Best Practices for Stress Management and Time Management in Restructuring

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Technology-Related Ethical Issues

Cheat, Prey, Shove: 3 Acts Forbidden by Ethics

Oftentimes lawyers must deal with people in vulnerable positions- and there are a whole host of rules that govern our behavior in those instances. Cheating (misrepresentation, rule 4.1 and 3.3), Preying (deceptive practices, rule 8.4), and Shoving (fairness to opposing parties and counsel, rule 3.4) are prohibited by the attorney ethics rules...and why not learn about them with a little humor?

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Modern Issues in Ethics and Professionalism

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When to Draw the Line: Ethical Pitfalls in Bankruptcy and Social Media

Transparency is fundamental to the bankruptcy process, so it’s no surprise that a failure to disclose required information or identify conflicts of interest can lead to serious ethical issues. At the same time, the digital age in which we practice, and the pervasiveness of social media, raise the opposite problem: What happens when too much information is shared? This session will explore the ethical and professional considerations of both under-disclosing and over-sharing in bankruptcy cases by using illustrations from recent, real-life scenarios and interactive attendee participation.

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