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Nebraska (NE) Ethics CLE Course Catalog

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LJN Webinar Series: Bankruptcy - Bankruptcy Reorganization Ethics and Fees
General corporate counsel, counsel for debtors, creditors, shareholders and other participants in the reorganization process need to grasp the ethical restraints on professionals imposed by the Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules, the ABA Code of Professional Conduct and relevant case law. This program uses recent case law to show how all of these rules work. Because the reorganization process is filled with ethical landmines, no lawyer can represent a client effectively without the help of this experience-based guide.

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No More Eyes Wide Shut: Ethical Times Have Changed
Lawyers used to be able to get away with playing dumb. We could conveniently ignore the misdeeds of our clients…we could keep our eyes shut. Not any more. The ABA recently issued Opinion 491 which creates a responsibility to ask questions about our client’s bad deeds…and every lawyer needs to understand. (Rules 1.6, and 1.2 also covered)

Stuart Teicher

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The Ethical Danger of Getting into Bed with Your Clients
Is this program really about getting into bed with our clients? Of course….but I don’t mean sexual relationships. Well, not only sexual relationships. There are a bunch of ways that a lawyer can metaphorically get into bed with their client and all of those situations are governed by the conflicts rules in Rule 1.8. Whether it’s doing business with clients, getting a bequest from a client, or some other self-serving conflict, chances are there’s an ethical implication to doing so.

Stuart Teicher

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The Bad Lawyers of Hollywood: An Ethics Program
Whether it’s fictional lawyers in film, real lawyers who represent celebrities, or lawyers who have themselves become celebrities, some of these characters have committed ethical violations. Let’s talk about what every lawyer can learn from the mistakes of these lawyers who represent some interesting people.

Stuart Teicher

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