Read up on the latest ethics opinion to be issued by California’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct in the arena of e-discovery. It’s important! See more here, from Lawyerist.com.
Have you ever been so busy doing the work, that you forgot to tell the world you were doing it? I’m afraid that has happened around here at Zaviehlaw. It’s been a very busy past several months, from trials to settlements to committee work for the Solo and Small Firm Section of the State Bar of California.
While I haven’t posted my recent articles here in a while, you can still read them over at Lawyerist and Attorney at Work. Rest assured, they and many others will also be popping up here on the blog shortly.
Check out my latest post on Lawyerist.com on the new legal timeline software NTrepid Timestream. My verdict — it’s just not quite ready for the rigors of real cases.
Check out my latest post on Attorney at Work, discussing whether attorneys may ethically take credit cards. The answer is yes, but be sure to read the ins and outs before swiping that card!
The American Bar Association recently published my article on ethics considerations for lawyers considering using Groupon, Amazon Local and similar services to advertise. Before signing up for such online marketing, read what I have to say about it here.
Check out my latest post at AttorneyAtWork.com, discussing whether the length of time an attorney has been in practice should be a mitigating factor when it comes to discipline or whether it should actually be an aggravating one.
Check out my latest post at Lawyerist.com on how lawyers suffering from disabilities, particularly depression, seek the assistance of the Americans with Disabilities Act in trying to escape liability for ethical violations. It typically does not work, but it’s an attractive argument and one that bears analysis on the ins and outs of a landmark piece of legislation on an epidemic facing attorneys.