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2014 Risk Management Seminar

3.0 Hours of CLE Credit including 3.0 Ethics

10/23/2014
When: 10/23/2014
11:30 AM
Where: Knollwood Country Club
1890 Knollwood Rd.
Lake Forest, Illinois  60045
United States
Presenter: CLE Committee
Contact: Christopher Boadt
847-244-3143


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Thursday, October 23


Knollwood Country Club

1890 Knollwood Road, Lake Forest


3.0 CLE Hours Including 3.0 Ethics Credit
(pending approval)


                  11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Registration and Lunch           

 

12:30-3:45 Seminar

 

Topics and Speakers

Are you a Solo/Small Firm Practitioner? Did you know that you have the highest risk of being the subject of a disciplinary or malpractice claim? Want to find out why and learn how you can reduce your risk? “The One Thing a Solo/Small Firm Practitioner Can Do to Reduce Their Risk of Becoming the Subject of a Disciplinary or Malpractice Claim.”

Allison L. Wood, Principal of Legal Ethics Consulting, P.C.


 

"Getting Yourself out of Hot Water: Trends, Getting to Closure, and the Interrelationship with the Malpractice Claim."
What should you do when a client believes you have failed to follow ethical or proper procedures and files a disciplinary grievance or malpractice complaint?  This presentation will discuss what's new in attorney discipline and provide practical points on how to survive an unhappy client.  It will give you some glimpse of strategies used to successfully conclude disciplinary investigations and explain how discipline and malpractice operate in tandem. 
Thomas P. McGarry, Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP


"The Infectious Client in the World of Client Mobility - Whose Problem is it Anyway?"
Your best client today could be your worst enemy tomorrow.  Learn how to protect your practice in the revolving door of client and lawyer mobility.  Sometimes we are intrepid and are tempted to take on new clients with baggage that suggests "lawyer problems".  This presentation will examine the risks of new client screening and the increased hazards which accompany clients who seek your advice after having been represented or potentially wronged by acts or advice of other lawyers.  It will also identify the risks of affiliation with other lawyers who introduce similarly troubled clients into your practice.  It will examine how the sins of other lawyers can become your problems to solve and introduce practical and ethical strategies to avoid becoming the unhappy client's next target.  Finally, it will discuss practical tips for ending a relationship in a professional, ethical and safe way. 
Thomas P. McGarry and Stacey L. Seneczko, Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP

 

*Knollwood Club Policy prohibits t-shirts or jeans and cell phone usage is only permissible in designated areas. 

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