ABCs Of Ethics: Advertising, Billing And Conflicts (2015)
Total Credits: 2.0 Ethics
Lawyers face many challenges in their day-to-day practice. Included among them are how to obtain business, how to get paid once you have the business and how to discern whether you can take or stay in a case when a conflict arises. Applying the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, precedent and bar association opinions, two ethics and professionalism practitioners will discuss the applicable practical and ethical concerns that come into play when dealing with these issues.
Deborah A. Scalise, Partner, Scalise, Hamilton & Sheridan LLP
Ms. Scalise is Chair of the NYSBA CLE Committee and a former Deputy Chief Counsel for the First Judicial Department.
Sarah Jo Hamilton, Partner, Scalise, Hamilton & Sheridan LLP, Scarsdale, NY
Ms. Hamilton is the Chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Professional Discipline and a former Secretary to the Character and Fitness Committee and former First Deputy Chief Counsel for the First Judicial Department.
Scalise, Hamilton & Sheridan LLP, Scarsdale, NY
The firm focuses its practice on the representation of professionals (lawyers, judges, accountants, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, social workers, and government employees) in professional responsibility and ethics matters, and white-collar criminal matters.
Total Credits: 2.00 | Ethics: 2.00
Ethics and Professionalism Credit(s):