Cutting the Cord: Why, When and How to End the Client Relationship

18 Jun , 2024

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This program will cover the important (but often forgotten) professional responsibility and risk issues relating to the ending of the attorney-client relationship, including: 

In the normal course – at the end of each engagement 

Terminating clients

When is termination mandatory vs. permissive under the Rules of Professional Conduct?

Specific requirements

Obtaining permission from the tribunal

Avoiding prejudice *Avoiding “Hot Potatoes”

Post termination – whose files are they?

The client selection and intake lessons

 

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