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Regardless of your practice area, you will benefit by attending this broad-ranging ethics program. An overview of the ethics rules will be followed by how you can develop your own protocol for handling ethics issues. Presentations on a judicial view of the changes to Rule 8.4 and family law ethics promise to be thought-provoking.  You will want to take notes as Deputy Regulation Counsel goes through new and newer rules of professional conduct and disciplinary cases. Plus, your faculty will address current issues, challenges and best practices for in-house and outside counsel.    
 
  • Better understand and follow the standards that represent the best traditions and highest aspirations of the legal profession
  • Spot and handle ethics issues before they become problems
  • No better way to earn all of your ethics credits in 1 day
      
Agenda:      
 
8:50- 9:00am
Virtual Check in  
 
9:00 – 9:05am
Welcome, Introductions and Overview
Extended by Jack Tanner, Esq., Fairfield and Woods, PC,  Program Chair      
 
9:05 – 9:55am
A Brief Journey Through All of the Ethics Rules
  • Client/Lawyer relationship
  • Counselor
  • Advocate
  • Transactions with persons other than clients
  • Law firms and associations
  • Voluntary pro bono services
  • Information about legal services
  • Maintaining integrity of the profession
  • Bar admission/disciplinary matters
Presented by Philip R. James, Esq.
 
9:55-10:00am
On-line Chat Break; Transition to Next Session      
 
10:00 - 10:50am
Introduction to Navigating Ethics Minefields
  • All licensed lawyers are required to be competent in the same substantive topic – ethics. This presentation will help you design your own protocol for handling ethics issues and introduce you to:
  • How myths about legal ethics heighten risk
  • What brain science explains about an attorney’s struggle to adequately evaluate ethics issues
  • Why inattention to professionalism can lead to risky behavior
  • How basic attorney sanction principles may help attorneys manage risk
  • Start developing an ethics management strategy and action plan
Presented by Karen A. Hammer, Esq., LL.M., Hammer-Law
 
10:50 – 10:55am
On-line Chat Break; Transition to Next Session      
 
10:55 – 11:45am
Outside Counsel Guidelines (OCG): Challenges and Best Practices
  • Definition and background
  • Typical components
  • Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct and OCG
  • Regulatory response
  • Best practices
Presented by Eli Wald, Esq., Charles W. Delaney, Jr., Professor of Law, Sturm College of Law, University of Denver
 
11:45am – 12:30pm
Lunch Break      
 
12:30-1:20pm
Engaging in Dishonesty, Fraud, Deceit and Misrepresentation in Strict Compliance with Rule 8.4(c)
Presented by the Honorable Edward Moss, Judge (ret.),17th Judicial District
 
1:20 - 1:25pm
On-line Chat Break; Transition to Next Session
 
1:25 - 2:15pm
Current Ethical Issues for In-house Lawyers
Discussion includes competence, scope of representation, confidentiality, fee, conflicts, dealing with third parties, supervision, and misconduct  
Presented by Pamela L. Coe, Esq., Former Senior Executive,  Legal Counsel, and Board Secretary, Liberty Media Corporation, Qurate Retail, Inc., and Former Director of Expedia, and Jack Tanner, Esq., Fairfield and Woods, PC,  Program Chair      
 
2:15-2:20pm
On-line Chat Break; Transition to Next Session      
 
2:20 - 3:10pm
Family Law: Ethically Navigating the Confluence of Law, Love, Loss, and Anger  
Presented by Russel Murray, Esq., Russel Murray III PC
 
3:10 – 3:15pm
On-line Chat Break; Transition to Next Session      
 
3:15 – 4:05pm
What’s New in Attorney Regulation?
  • New (or Newer) Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct
  • Changes on the horizon
  • Important or interesting decisions in Colorado attorney discipline cases
Presented by Gregory G. Sapakoff, Deputy Regulation Counsel,
Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, Colorado Supreme Court      
 
4:05pm
Adjourn
 
  •   Standard Price
    $489.00 USD
  •   Member Price
    $389.00 USD
  •   General Credits
    7.00
  •   Ethics Credits
    7.00
Live Seminar Date
11/13/2020
Expiration Date
12/31/2022
Non-Member Price
$489.00 USD
Member Price
$389.00 USD
Product Code
ET111320N
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