Ethics

Leading Issues in Ethics and Civility, In and Out of the Courtroom

Where is the line between zealous advocacy and unethical conduct? What role does civility play in the legal profession and in our system of justice? How does the practice of civility — even when the judge isn’t there to see it — impact our clients’ interests and our profession? These are just some of the questions this panel will explore as it examines the leading issues in ethical conduct and civility — both in and out of the courtroom.

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Realty Bites: Ethical Issues in Real Estate Cases

"Hosted by the Ethics & Professional Development and Real Estate Committees

The panel discussion will focus on scenarios grounded in real estate and ethics, including ethical issues surrounding initial interviews and conflict checks, ethically pursuing cases posing potential good-/bad-faith issues due to cannabis-related uses of real property, whether “zealous representation” is still a guiding principle, whether one may ethically use internet “information” as a litigant and judge, and how to appropriately raise potential judicial misconduct."

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Ethics Update: Show Me the Money! How to Get Paid Ethically!

In this session, a panel of experts examines the potential pitfalls and divergent case law regarding compensation and ethical issues in bankruptcy.

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Consumer Ethics: Navigating the TightRope

This panel will discuss recent ethics opinions and modern issues facing consumer practitioners.

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Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

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Ethics (2018 Views from the Bench)

This panel will explore key bankruptcy issues concerning the lawyer’s obligation to be “disinterested” and free from having adverse interests. How do these bankruptcy issues relate to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, including RPCs 1.6 (“Confidentiality of Information”), 1.7 (“Conflict of Interest: Current Clients”), 1.9 (“Duties to Former Clients”), 1.18 (“Duties to Prospective Clients”), 3.3 (“Candor Toward the Tribunal”) and 4.1 (“Truthfulness in Statements to Others”)?

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Ethics Roundtable

This panel will discuss various ethical issues in consumer- and business-related bankruptcy cases and other restructurings.

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Consumer: Consumer and UST Ethics Issues: Bankruptcy Billing, Bundling and the UpRight Decision

This panel will address hot topics in the consumer bankruptcy world, including analysis of the UpRight decision and the ongoing evolution of fee arrangements.

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Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence/Technology in the Legal Industry

As fast-emerging technologies change the way we conceive of how we will practice law in the very near future, ethics rules will need to address this revolution. The panelists will discuss how to keep ahead of these developments and adapt our practices to best understand and address our developing ethical obligations.

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Facing the #MeToo Movement in the Legal Profession: Sexual Harassment and Misconduct, the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Code of Judicial Conduct

Rarely has a hashtag so completely captured the urgency and gravity of a major shift in national consciousness. This panel of experts will lead an interactive discussion on issues confronting the legal profession in the #MeToo world, examining legal, practical and ethical considerations through a series of vignettes. What should be done about the difficult client that represents a significant portion of firm revenue? What are best practices for lawyers in supervisory and managerial roles?

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