Ethics in Family Law (September 2016) [16651-5MP3 / 16651-5VIDEO]

Ethics in Family Law (September 2016) [16651-5MP3 / 16651-5VIDEO]

Original Program Date: September 19, 2016
Duration: 58 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00
List Price:$99.00
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Did you know 20% of WSBA complaints involve family law? This session explores ethics issues common in family law that also apply in other practice areas, including defining boundaries and scope of representation; withdrawal and substitution of counsel; due diligence; and dealing with client decisions that you do not agree with under RPC 1.2, RPC 1.3, RPC 1.14, RPC 1.16, and RPC 2.1.

Lisa DuFour - Partner, Integrative Family Law, Seattle
Sharon Friedrich - Partner, Integrative Family Law, Seattle

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, "14th Annual Ethics in Civil Litigation," recorded on September 19, 2016, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

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