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Common Disciplinary Problems and How to Prevent Them -- SOLD OUT; REGISTRATION CLOSED

Thursday, January 9, 2014, 6:00 PM --8:15 PM

Registration for this course is now closed.

Intended Audience:

NO AT DOOR REGISTRATION; THIS COURSE IS SOLD OUT

On-line Registration ONLY for this program. No phone, mail, fax or at door registration.

Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C1092014

Number of Sessions: 1

Credits: 2.5 NJ Credits: 2.5 Ethics
2.5 NY Credits: 2.5 Ethics

Course Description:

 This very special free CLE program will provide examples and information
about conduct by attorneys which has often been the subject of disciplinary
proceedings. 

 The program features a highly knowledgeable and experienced faculty and a fast-paced, interactive
program format.  The program is designed for both newly admitted attorneys seeking an overview of common disciplinary problems and experienced attorneys seeking to refine and update their knowledge
as well as to avoid disciplinary complaints.

  • The Disciplinary Process and Sanctions in the First Judicial Department   
  • Use of Client Funds and Escrow Accounts
  • Retainer Agreements, Billing and Fees      
  • Conflicts and Disqualification
  • Neglect and Personal Conduct 
                     

 



 



Faculty:

Program Sponsor:   The Policy Committee of the department Disciplinary Committee, Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Judicial Department

Faculty:

Christopher e. Chang;  Sherry K. Cohen; Kevin P. Culley;  Jorge Dopico; Jeremy S. Garber; Martin R. Gold; Robert Haig; Sarah Jo Hamilton; Myron Kirschbaum; Alan Levine; Hal R. Lieberman; Michael S. Ross; J. Richard Supple; Raymond Vallejo; Kaylin L. Whittingham

 


 



 

 

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