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***Ethics and Legal Malpractice - Meadowlands Seminar 2019

Published by New Jersey Association for Justice


Summary

Ethics and Legal Malpractice -
Originally presented on November 20, 2019 at the Meadowlands Seminar in East Rutherford, NJ

This Self-Paced program features presenters lecturing on :

Retention and Expectations of Client and Knowledge of the Law, Investigation and Ethics: Social Media and Litigation Group, Use Of Investigators, Litigation and Pleadings: Suing the correct persons, fictitious defendant rule, Trial Prep and Trial: Witness Called and Cases of What Can and Cannot Be Done At Trial, Discovery: Adequacy Of Discovery Standard of Care for Discovery and Ethics Rules, Attorney Trust and Business Accounting Issues The Wilson Rule, Attorney’s Bookkeeping Practices, Referral Fee Issues, Use of Arbitration Clauses In Retainers, Affidavit of Merit Pitfalls and Paralegal’s Role and Ethics of Paralegals.

Retention and Expectations of Client and Knowledge of the Law: Client interview, managing expectations, retainers
Jay J. Rice, Esq. - Roseland, NJ

Investigation and Ethics: Social Media and Litigation Group, Use Of Investigators
Norberto Garcia, Esq. - Jersey City, NJ

Litigation and Pleadings
Suing the correct persons, fictitious defendant rule
Robert W. McAndrew, Esq. - Morristown, NJ

Trial Prep and Trial
Witness Called and Cases of What Can and Cannot Be Done At Trial
John L. Slimm, Esq., Cherry Hill, NJ

Discovery: Adequacy Of Discovery
Standard of Care for Discovery and Ethics Rules
Patrick Minter, Esq., Morristown, NJ

Attorney Trust and Business Accounting Issues
The Wilson Rule, Attorney’s Bookkeeping Practices
Christina Vassiliou Harvey, Esq., Freehold, NJ

Referral Fee Issues
Richard Galex, Esq. - Freehold, NJ

Use of Arbitration Clauses In Retainers
Glenn A. Bergenfield, Esq. - Lambertville, NJ

Affidavit of Merit Pitfalls
Emily A. McDonough, Esq. - Woodstown, NJ

Paralegal’s Role and Ethics of Paralegals
Niki Rodino - Springfield, NJ

Presenters
Jay J. Rice, Esq.
Jay J. Rice is the managing partner in the firm of Nagel Rice, LLP.

He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in class action matters, complex, commercial litigation, mass torts, chancery, securities and construction litigation,...More

Norberto A Garcia, Esq.
Norberto A. Garcia with the firm Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari has represented clients in a broad spectrum of personal injury matters including automobile accidents, construction cases, premises liability and medical malpractice.
Robert W. McAndrew, Esq.
Robert is a founding member of the law firm of McAndrew Vuotto, LLC. His practice includes the prosecution of professional liability claims (primarily legal malpractice), commercial litigation and insurance coverage litigation. He is frequently...More
John L. Slimm, Esq.
John concentrates his practice in complex litigation, with an emphasis on the defense of professionals including attorneys, accountants, architects and engineers, directors and officers, and investment and insurance professionals. As well, Jack...More
Patrick B. Minter, Esq.
Patrick is a founding Member of Donnelly, Minter & Kelly, LLC in Morristown, New Jersey, where he concentrates his practice in civil litigation with an emphasis on commercial litigation, professional liability defense, chancery and probate...More
Christina Vassiliou Harvey, Esq.
CHRISTINA is a partner with Lomurro, Munson, Comer, Brown & Schottland, LLC. She focuses her practice on appellate matters, personal injury litigation, disability matters, attorney ethics, and horseracing law. She has experience litigating personal...More
Richard Galex, Esq.
Richard Galex has distinguished himself as one of the leading personal injury attorneys in New Jersey. He specializes in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury and product defect litigation, including consumer fraud, and consumer class...More
Glenn A. Bergenfield, Esq.
Glenn concentrates his practice in four areas of law: Legal Malpractice, First Party Insurance Claims, Underinsured/Under-Insured Property Loss Claims, Consumer Fraud/Construction Defect CasesThese cases are all sub-specialties with their own...More
Emily A. McDonough, Esq.
Ms. McDonough has been successful in her representation of personal injury victims as well as patients who have suffered as a direct result of either medical malpractice or medical mistakes. Ms. McDonough is experienced in all areas of medical...More
Niki Rodino, C.P.
Ms. Rodino works as a Paralegal at Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C. Ms. Rodino has received National Certification as a paralegal. She is a Member of the National Association of Legal Assistants and Paralegals; The Paralegal...More

Originally Published

November 20, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Retention and Expectations of Client and Knowledge of the Law: Client interview, managing expectations, retainers
  • Retention and Expectations of Client and Knowledge of the Law: Client interview, managing expectations, retainers - Paper
  • Investigation and Ethics: Social Media and Litigation Group, Use Of Investigators
  • Investigation and Ethics: Social Media and Litigation Group, Use Of Investigators - Paper
  • Litigation and Pleadings
  • Litigation and Pleadings - Paper
  • Trial Prep and Trial Witness Called and Cases of What Can and Cannot Be Done At Trial
  • Trial Prep and Trial Witness Called and Cases of What Can and Cannot Be Done At Trial - Paper
  • Discovery: Adequacy Of Discovery Standard of Care for Discovery and Ethics Rules
  • Discovery: Adequacy Of Discovery Standard of Care for Discovery and Ethics Rules - Paper
  • Attorney Trust and Business Accounting Issues The Wilson Rule, Attorney’s Bookkeeping Practices
  • Attorney Trust and Business Accounting Issues The Wilson Rule, Attorney’s Bookkeeping Practices - Paper
  • Referral Fee Issues
  • Referral Fee Issues - Paper
  • Use of Arbitration Clauses In Retainers
  • Use of Arbitration Clauses In Retainers - Ppaer
  • Affidavit of Merit Pitfalls
  • Paralegal’s Role and Ethics of Paralegals

How To Attend

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