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Originally presented: March 15, 2022 | Course length: 3.0 hours
From remote and hybrid workplaces to new reporting obligations to proposed changes to the Rules of Ethics – this course takes a look at how ethical obligations are shifting in 2022 and what changes are on the horizon.
Ethical Considerations for the Remote and Hybrid Law Practice (60 MINUTES)
Lawyers and firms are increasingly shifting to remote and hybrid practice. In this evolving environment you must ensure the processes and technology you use to facilitate remote and hybrid practice are consistent with your ethical obligations, including the duty of confidentiality and the duty of safekeeping. Get practical tips and guidance to help you manage this important aspect of your practice.
– Cassie B. Hanson & Lousene M. Hoppe
Professional Responsibility and Lawyer Registration – Fulfilling Your New Reporting Requirement (60 MINUTES)
Maintaining your license to practice law is a fundamental professional responsibility. Beginning in 2022, attorneys have 3 new questions to answer when completing your annual attorney registration statement. Get the facts about this new requirement, what it means, and why it is important.
– Dee Baskin, Katy Drahos, Anne M. Hoefgen & Natasha M. Melchionne
– Roy S. Ginsburg (moderator)
Proposed Changes to the Rules of Ethics, and Other Developments Every Attorney Needs to Know (60 MINUTES)
Currently pending before the Minnesota Supreme Court are petitions to amend the advertising ethics rules (Rule 7, Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct) as well as a proposal to amend the confidentiality rules applicable to information held by the Director’s Office (Rule 20, Rules on Lawyers Professional Responsibility). Join this enlightening session to find out more about the proposed changes and other developments important to fulfilling your ethical obligations.
– Susan M. Humiston
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Depending on the jurisdiction in which you practice, you may or may not be able to claim credit for viewing this on demand seminar. Please check with your licensing agency for accreditation information.