October 24, 2019 Continuing Legal Education
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Second Annual Litigation Ethics Summit
Applying ethics rules to real-world litigation can be daunting. Your clients want you to push the limits. Technology speeds everything up. And every time you open the Law Journal it's filled with malpractice cases, fee battles, pay equity claims, disqualification motions and partnership disputes. To understand your obligations and manage all the risks you need to keep up with new rules and opinions.
That's why Frankfurt Kurnit is hosting its Second Annual Litigation Ethics Summit -- a complimentary CLE for corporate counsel, law firm general counsel, partners with responsibility for law firm compliance and risk management, and other lawyers with interest in professional responsibility issues.
Our accomplished litigation ethics practitioners will identify and explain the hot topics and what triggers your exposure. Attendees will receive up to 3.0 New York CLE credits -- including a credit in New York's new "diversity and inclusion" category -- at no cost.
- The Ethical Boundaries of "MeToo" Movement Settlements
- Aggressive Litigation Tactics
- Disciplinary Complaints
- Fee Sharing and Fee Disputes
- Litigation Funding
- Supervising Associates
- Malpractice Claims
- And much more
Plus lunch is on us!
When: October 24th, 2019 from 12:00PM to 4:00PM
Where: The W New York - Union Square, 201 Park Avenue South, New York City
Partners - Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Counsel - Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Associates, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Daniel Abrams, Esq.
The Law Offices of Daniel L. Abrams
Partner - Sanford Heisler Sharp
Kenneth Small, Esq.
"This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 3.0 credit hours, of which 2.0 credit hours can be applied toward the Ethics and Professionalism requirement and 1.0 credit hours can be applied toward the Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias requirement. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional))."