Ethics

NO CLE - Ethics: The Ever-Changing Landscape

This panel will address issues concerning confidentiality and privileged information, fees, candor in dealings with the court, fairness to opposing counsel, and more, with reference to various Rules of Professional Conduct, including RPCs 1.5, 1.6, 3.3, 3.4 and 8.4.

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NO CLE - Ethics Keynote Presentation: “Honor the Profession”

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NO CLE - Ethical Considerations in Chapter Choice

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NO CLE - Ethics

This panel will address current ethical topics relating to attorney and client conduct in the context of out-of-court and bankruptcy restructurings.

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Avoiding Malpractice in Consumer Cases - NO CLE (Low Audio)

This panel will address various ethical and substantive issues that can arise when representing consumer debtors.

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NO CLE - Consumer Forum Session: Ethics: What Can the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” Teach Us About Professional Responsibility?

Disclosing assets and verifying a debtor’s information is the calling card of any conscientious debtor’s counsel. But how do the rules governing professional responsibility interplay with debtor’s counsel’s obligations under the Code? A real housewife in New Jersey recently blamed her attorney for her prison sentence following her guilty plea for bankruptcy fraud. Did her attorney commit an ethical violation?

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NO CLE - The Difficult Client (Ethics)

This program will address the ethical challenges to practitioners when dealing with difficult clients, ranging from the bully client to a client with a questionable background or a client that is being less than truthful. In a tough legal market when work is needed, client selection sometimes gets overlooked. This program will address what to do with a difficult client once engaged — and when it’s time to part company and how to do so. Finally, the program will also cover the ethical boundaries that sometimes get blurred by overzealous clients.

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NO CLE - Ethics: You’re Outta There! Avoiding Disqualification Landmines

This panel will cover disclosure obligations, disinterestedness standards and avoiding disgorgement.

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NO CLE - Ethics Session: Say Hello to My Little Friend, LLC: Ethical Issues Related to “Aggressive” Asset-Protection Planning and Lying Clients

This presentation will discuss ethical issues relating to representing debtors who have engaged in “aggressive” asset protection/exemption planning, the problem with using involuntary bankruptcies to resolve corporate disputes, issues on representing involuntary debtors, and what to do about clients who lie under oath or knowingly fail to turn over discovery.

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NO CLE - The Intersection of Ethics & Discovery (What Attorneys Need to Know)

This panel will cover the critical relationship between professional responsibility and rules of discovery. The panel will discuss the pitfalls and common mistakes that attorneys make with digital discovery and electronic evidence.

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