Leaving a firm does not absolve an attorney of all obligations toward clients.
Navigating the tension between an attorney’s self-interest and the duty to disclose errors to one’s client.
Whether privilege covers communications with PR consultants depends on certain factors.
Existing and proposed rules that would cover paraprofessionals in California.
Selected decisions from last year, just in case you missed one.
If you are recording client calls as part of a new marketing strategy, you may be violating the rules of professional conduct.
Sometimes, threats of legal action cross the line into extortion.
Advice for counsel who represent corporations.
Important ethical rules relevant to every litigator.
There is an ethical duty of technological competence, and it includes vetting vendors.
A recent case sheds light on when an expert’s identity can be compelled.
Rules to practice by.
Learn about your options when negotiating fee agreements and retainers.
Rules of ethics may prevent an attorney from defending her honor online.
What the rules say about supervisory attorneys’ obligations, including associates.
You can avoid creating more conflicts than necessary when interviewing a prospective client.
The OCBA Professionalism & Ethics committee review key ethics cases from 2020.
Before filing a motion to be relieved, consider the procedures and pitfalls.
Be mindful of ethical rules while working remotely.
A recent case clarifies state law.