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The “Zoomed” Lawyer: Ethical Issues in Remote Lawyering and Advocacy (November 2020)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

Presented in partnership with WSBA Labor and Employment Law Section
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The pandemic has upended lawyering – no more live meeting. Learn about the pitfalls and ethical duties of remote lawyering, including confidentiality, attorney-client privilege, and your duties to third parties. What discussions do you now need to have with your clients about conferencing with or using Zoom or other teleconferencing platforms? Does the use of teleconferencing change the ethical considerations in taking depositions? How proficient do you need to be in the use of Zoom or other teleconferencing platforms to meet your ethical obligations? What considerations do you need to make working out of your home office while others are at home? These and other questions and issues will be addressed in the context of the Washington Rules of Professional Conduct and ABA advisory opinions.

Original Program Date: November 12, 2020
Product Code: 21416-7UMB

Credits:
1.00 Ethics
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This on-demand session was presented as part of the live webinar, 20th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, recorded on November 12, 2020, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live webinar and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Presenter: Judge John Erlick – Judicial Dispute Resolution LLC, Seattle, WA

Moderator: Bradley Medlin – Robblee Detwiler PLLP, Seattle, WA


For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email ondemand@wsba.org.

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