November 13, 2020
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Third Annual Litigation Ethics Summit Webinar
Applying ethics rules during litigation is hard in normal times. Applying ethics rules in times of upheaval and downward pressure on fees is even harder. How has work-from-home increased compliance risk? How should we handle aggressive opposing counsel? Where’s the line between lying and puffery in settlement discussions? How can firms and clients ethically deploy litigation funding sources in a down economy? To understand your obligations and manage these and other risks you need to keep up with new rules and opinions.
That's why Frankfurt Kurnit is hosting its Third 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 and California CLE credits -- at no cost.
When: November 13th, 2020 from 12:30PM to 4:00PM
Where: Frankfurt Kurnit's WebEx
Hard Bargaining or Extortion: A 2020 Update Addressing Aggressive Litigation and Settlement Tactics
John B. Harris, Frankfurt Kurnit
Richard Maltz, Frankfurt Kurnit
Anne C. Auten, Vice President-Senior Claims Counsel, ALAS
Dollars and Change -- The Ethics of Litigation Funding
Ronald C. Minkoff, Frankfurt Kurnit
Tyler Maulsby, Frankfurt Kurnit
Viviane Scott, Frankfurt Kurnit
Anthony Sebok, Cardozo School of Law
Ethics “Gameshow”: Featuring Hot Topics such as Remote Lawyering, Soliciting Clients, Alternate Fee Arrangements and More!
Nicole Hyland, Frankfurt Kurnit
Brian Maas, Frankfurt Kurnit
Benjamin Murray, Frankfurt Kurnit
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 in Ethics and Professionalism. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional))
This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the California MCLE Board for a maximum of 3.0 Legal Ethics Credits. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional)).