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Grappling with Conflicts: How to Spot Them and What to Do About Them *Class by Webinar*

May 8, 2018
Credit: 2.0 Ethics Credit Hours

Lawyers and law firms must grapple with conflicts of interest issues on daily basis. Before any new client or new matter for an existing client can be undertaken a determination must be made that there are no foreseeable conflicts of interest. This course, presented by a Senior Assistant Disciplinary Counsel for D.C. and a legal ethics practitioner, provides an overview of the various types of fact-patterns that raise issues for conflicts of interest and how best to approach those issues. This will include procedures firms should have in place to spot potential conflicts and strategies in avoiding prohibited representations.

Faculty: Arthur D. Burger, Jackson & Campbell, P.C.; Julia L. Porter, District of Columbia Office of Disciplinary Counsel

Fee: Communities Members $89; D.C. Bar Members $99; Government Attorneys $109; Others $129

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