Is Your Conflict System All That and a Bag of Donuts?

If not, then setting aside 75 minutes to learn about best practices will be worth your while.

Join me next week for Effective Conflict Systems and learn the ethical principles behind conflict-of-interest screening, how to avoid common ethical traps, and the process of choosing, operating, and implementing effective conflict systems. Oregon-specific MCLE Ethics (.75) and Practical Skills (.50) credits pending.

Here are some of the issues this CLE will address:

  • When is the lawyer-client relationship formed?
  • What are my ethical duties toward prospects vs. current or former clients?
  • How essential are disengagement letters vis-a-vis conflicts?
  • Is a formal conflict tracking system ethically necessary?
  • When should I run a conflict check?
  • Who should be included in my conflict system?
  • What are best practices for conflict procedures?
  • How can I avoid ethical traps involving dual roles, multiple clients, firm transitions, office sharing, and more?
  • What resources are available to help with conflict evaluation and screening?

When & Where: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Pacific Time. This is a live, online webinar.

Group Discounts: Available to firms who wish to register 5 or more attendees. Contact me for more information.

Participate in Polling & Ask Questions: Questions are welcome during the live event. Attendees are also encouraged to participate in live, anonymous polling.

How to Register

Register herechoose the image above, or visit the Upcoming CLE page. Secure payment processing powered by Eventbrite. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted. Program materials included in the $25 registration price. Don’t miss out! You can register as late as 8:00 a.m. the day of the program (March 11).

Can’t Make It?

Video and audio recordings will be available to download along with the program materials shortly after the live program event.  Price: $25. Contact me or visit my online CLE store to place an order.

All Rights Reserved 2020 – Beverly Michaelis

 

Effective Conflict Systems

Join me on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 for Effective Conflict Systems and learn the ethical principles behind conflict-of-interest screening, how to avoid common ethical traps, and the process of choosing, operating, and implementing effective conflict systems. Oregon-specific MCLE Ethics (.75) and Practical Skills (.50) credits pending.

Here are some of the issues this CLE will address:

  • When is the lawyer-client relationship formed?
  • What are my ethical duties toward prospects vs. current or former clients?
  • How essential are disengagement letters vis-a-vis conflicts?
  • Is a formal conflict tracking system ethically necessary?
  • When should I run a conflict check?
  • Who should be included in my conflict system?
  • What are best practices for conflict procedures?
  • How can I avoid ethical traps involving dual roles, multiple clients, firm transitions, office sharing, and more?
  • What resources are available to help with conflict evaluation and screening?

When & Where: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Pacific Time. This is a live, online webinar.

Group Discounts: Available to firms who wish to register 5 or more attendees. Contact me for more information.

Participate in Polling & Ask Questions: Questions are welcome during the live event. Attendees are also encouraged to participate in live, anonymous polling.

How to Register

Register herechoose the image above, or visit the Upcoming CLE page. Secure payment processing powered by Eventbrite. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted. Program materials included in the $25 registration price.

Can’t Attend?

Video and audio recordings will be available to download along with the program materials shortly after the live program event.  Price: $25. Contact me or visit my online CLE store to place an order.

Register Now!

All Rights Reserved 2020 – Beverly Michaelis

 

When Former Client Conflicts are Disqualifying

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Division 1 of the Washington Court of Appeals recently issued a significant decision applying a new standard for former client conflicts in the disqualification context. In Plein v. USAA Casualty Insurance Company, the plaintiff homeowners filed an insurance “bad faith” claim against their property insurance carrier, defendant USAA, over coverage for a fire and subsequent…

via Court of Appeals: New Standard in Disqualification for Former Client Conflicts — NWSidebar

Save the date for “Getting Paid” – October 2 CLE

Join me for a CLE on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 and learn how to implement best practices for getting paid.

Topics include:

  • Communicating with clients about fees
  • Maintaining client relationships to avoid disputes
  • Modernizing billing and payment practices
  • Creating fee agreements to meet the needs of today’s clients
  • Collecting accounts – practical and ethical considerations

Date/Time/Location

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time. This is a live, online webinar.

Who Should Attend?

Lawyers, office administrators, and staff – anyone interested in exploring how to improve billing and collections.

How to Register

Registration will open soon. Watch this blog for the announcement. Cost: $25. Secure payment processing powered by Eventbrite. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted. Program materials included in the registration price.

All Rights Reserved [2019] Beverly Michaelis