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Could it be Ethical Not to Use AI?
The risks of integrating AI into the practice of law are important to consider. It requires answering complex questions around bias, transparency, defensibility, and more. But, on the other side of the conversation, there’s an equally important question worth pondering over: If AI does indeed demonstrably enhance the competence of legal representation, could it then be unethical not to use AI? Join us for what is sure to be an exciting discussion featuring some of the most interesting voices at the intersection of AI and the law.

Legalweek

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Can Lawyers Do That? A Professionalism Question
When Stuart Teicher started a Google search with the phrase “Can Lawyers…” he was shocked to see what the computer suggested as search recommendations….and he knew it would make a great CLE program about professionalism. Join the CLE Performer as he explains how lawyers are held to a higher standard, both in and out of the practice.

Stuart Teicher

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New Rules & New Realities: Ethically Managing Remote Work
The COVID - 19 pandemic forced many of us to work remotely from our home offices and living rooms and while we originally thought this may be a short-term option, many organizations seeing the greater productivity with this new work format and have decided to keep it up as a long term solution. However, remote work comes with its own set of challenges, and whether it is privacy or surveillance issues, many employers need to act now to remain ethically responsible.

Legalweek

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Crossover Ethics Topic: Strategies and Risks of Bankruptcy as a Response to State Court Litigation
This session addresses when a bankruptcy court will accept jurisdiction and control of pending state court litigation upon the filing of a bankruptcy case by an involved party. Topics include removal, abstention, stay relief and remand, as well as the strategies and risks of filing bankruptcy in hopes of having a state court action removed to bankruptcy court.

American Bankruptcy Institute

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No More Eyes Wide Shut: Ethical Times Have Changed
Lawyers used to be able to get away with playing dumb. We could conveniently ignore the misdeeds of our clients…we could keep our eyes shut. Not any more. The ABA recently issued Opinion 491 which creates a responsibility to ask questions about our client’s bad deeds…and every lawyer needs to understand. (Rules 1.6, and 1.2 also covered)

Stuart Teicher

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Ethics: Know Before You Go
You’re leaving your firm, but what do you need to know before you go? This panel will discuss what to do and what not to do to make sure you meet your ethical obligations to your clients and your old firm, while avoiding problems for you and your new firm.

American Bankruptcy Institute

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The Use and Ethical Considerations of Technology in Remote Legal Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
This panel will share technology tips, best practices internally and with clients. Also included will be ethical considerations of technology in a practice.

American Bankruptcy Institute

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Ethics Lessons from a Jersey Guy
You’ve heard all the stereotypes about New Jersey? Well, some are true, and some not so much. But you might be surprised by how the myths, realities, and Hollywood fictions about the Garden State teach valuable ethics lessons to lawyers. Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he explains how his home state illustrates critical ethic lessons for lawyers. Topics include: The value of keeping your mouth shut (Rule 1.6). Communicating with clients safely (Rule 1.4), and more.

Stuart Teicher

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Conflicts Identification and Problem Solving for All Practice Areas
There is a belief that conflicts don't happen in practice much, or that certain practice areas don't see them because of who their opponent usually is. They are wrong. It's one of the most common ethics dilemmas with lawyers that are paying attention, because they can happen not just with joint clients or current and past clients, but with staff, the lawyer, or another third party with a relationship with the firm or client. Lawyers need to know how to do a conflicts check for their practice area and how to screen people from cases effectively. We will lay it out.

American Bar Association

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