Filing your response by fax? You could run into a serious problem.
Should lawyers research judges on social media? Is it ethical? Should lawyers and judges be friends on social media? What about if they were friends before the judge were appointed or elected? Learn more.
Trust accounting isn’t always easy for lawyers. Here are the basics that all lawyers should know to avoid an ethics complaint.
In 2017, Virginia Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics sent a strong opinion about Avvo and other ACMS platforms to the Supreme Court. Read more.
Solicitation is a serious issue for lawyers. Do you know how to protect your clients or what you must do if it happens to them? Read more.
Did you know that the Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct Formal Opinion No. 2015-193 states that lawyers in California must understand e-discovery in order to litigate?
Should a lawyer’s First Amendment rights be limited when in court? It depends on whether it directly relates to the case and surrounding legal ethics.
An ethics complaint can threaten your livelihood as an attorney. Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do if you receive notice of one filed against you.
Earned fees and unearned fees paid in a mixed check to a lawyer can be difficult to reconcile. Here’s what you need to know.
As legal ethics continue to try to keep up with technology, the vocabulary also changes. Here are some key terms you should know.