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Ethical rules for selling a law practice
1 hour - Legal Ethics
The ‘no contact’ rule – trickier than you think
Ethically Resolving Fee Disputes Using a Release That Encompasses Potential Malpractice Claims
A Representational Trinity: The Parent, the Sub, and the Holy Lawyer
Discoverability of Witness Interviews: To What Extent Do the Work Product Doctrine and/or the Attorney-Client Privilege Apply?
1 hour - General
Supreme Court clarifies role of trial judge in determining admissibility of expert testimony
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Discrimination and bias: Strategies for preventing and responding in the intellectual property bar
1 hour - Elimination of Bias
Is there a law firm in-house attorney client privilege?
Ethical and effective use of advance conflict waivers
Five E-discovery Technologies for More Accurate Document Review
Effective and Ethical Use of Expert Testimony
Ethics and Civility – The Importance of Professionalism and Respect
From the Chat Room to the Courtroom: Social Media Postings as Evidence
Ethically Selecting a Winning Jury in the New Millennium
The Green Law Office: Paperless Practice and Ethical Rules
Mrs. Smith called; she wants her file …
Cybersleuthing and Ethical Duties: A Necessary Combination
Moral turpitude, malpractice and murder
Beware of helping finance terrorists
Conflicts of interest and the First Amendment
How much is enough?
You saw what?
Making sure fee agreements are enforceable
How to properly withdraw from a case
Wow, can I accept this?
Don’t lie to me
Red flags and the dangerous client, Part II
Red flags and the dangerous client
Conflicts and conflicts management
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