A review of the Ethically Speaking columns in 2019, in case you missed one.
A former client cannot team up with the former adversary to deny a lawyer her fees.
Practical ways to deal with possible client conflicts.
Not only is it good business, but attorneys are obligated to understand certain technologies as part of their job duties.
What you need to know about the new form required for mediations.
A recent opinion explains how much an attorney needs to disclose about an error in certain situations.
A controversial new rule is explained.
If every attorney is required to bear the cost of mandatory malpractice insurance, will there be fewer who can afford to practice?
There’s a reason you took that legal research course in law school.
Why it is best to seek written consent for concurrent representation.
An explanation of the different factors that influence courts’ decisions on expert disqualification.
A review of the Ethics Columns in 2018, in case you missed one.
It is not necessarily prudent to purge client files or convert them to digital storage.
The California Supreme Court provides financial incentives to make sure there are no conflicts before signing an engagement agreement.
Do your IP clients maintain separate opinion counsel and trial counsel?
There are several rules that govern terminating an attorney-client relationship.
Avoiding trouble in trusts and estates work.
Ethical screens in California may function differently than you think.