Ethics in Representing Minors and Individuals with Diminished Capacity (September 2016) [16656-8MP3 / 16656-8VIDEO]

Ethics in Representing Minors and Individuals with Diminished Capacity (September 2016) [16656-8MP3 / 16656-8VIDEO]

Original Program Date: September 21, 2016
Duration: 1 hours, 1 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00
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Product Description:

This recorded session explores potential areas of exposure for counsel participating in the litigation process on behalf of minor clients or clients with diminished capacity.

Topics include:
  • Defining the client (RPC 1.2(a))
  • Defining diminished capacity (RPC 1.14)
  • Protective actions
  • Confidentiality of information (RPC 1.6(a))
  • Conflicts of Interest (RPC 1.7 and RPC 1.8)
Presenter: Joshua L. Brothers - Dussault Law Group, Seattle

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