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Complying with the CT Rules of Professional Conduct: Avoiding Discipline & Malpractice (EPE161018)
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Law practice in the twenty-first century is subject to a growing number of ethical and regulatory requirements. This program will offer guidance to the busy practitioner on meeting professional obligations to clients and the public and on minimizing the risks of malpractice and disciplinary complaints. Topics include clients with impaired capacity, client intake, retainer agreements, conflicts, IOLTA accounts and random audits.

10/18/2016
When: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: CBA Law Center
30 Bank St
New Britain, Connecticut  06050
United States
Contact: Member Service Center
(844)469-2221


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Presented by the Standing Committee on Professional Ethics

Seminar Code: EPE161018

CLE Credit: 6.0 Hours Ethics (3.0 for the morning session and 3.0 for the afternoon session)

About the Program:

Law practice in the twenty-first century is subject to a growing number of ethical and regulatory requirements. This program will offer guidance to the busy practitioner on meeting professional obligations to clients and the public and on minimizing the risks of malpractice and disciplinary complaints.

Who Should Attend:
 

This seminar will be of value to any attorney that currently practices, or is planning to practice, in Connecticut.


You Will Learn:

  • About lawyers' ethical responsibilities in communications, and in interactions with opposing counsel
  • About ethical considerations at the beginning of an Attorney-Client relationship, including engagement agreements,  conflict issues and representing clients with Impaired Capacity
  • About how to comply with IOLTA rules, and about Random Audits

Program Chair
  Deborah Del Prete Sullivan, Office of the Chief Public Defender, Hartford

Speakers

Brad Gallant, Day Pitney LLC, New Haven


  Stuart Johnson
, DanaherLagnese PC, Hartford


kimberly knox Kimberly Knox
, Horton Shields & Knox PC, Hartford


brendon levesque  Brendon P. Levesque
, Horton Shields & Knox PC, Hartford