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Ethical Obligations in ADR: What are the Differences from Litigation?

JAMS-SPONSORED EVENT

Ethical Obligations in ADR: What are the Differences from Litigation?

Presented by JAMS

Webinar CLE Credit: 1.25 WA, CA, NY Ethics Credit
Advocacy and zealous representation of clients can sometimes create challenging or conflicting situations. This virtual program will explore the ethical boundaries of those situations and will give practical tips on dealing with them.

Topics to be covered:
  • Providing timely, competent legal services (RPC 1.1) including technology
  • Attorney diligence in representing client RPC 1.3
  • Attorney duties to inform clients RPC 1.4
  • Conflicts of Interest RPC1.7, 1.8 and 1.9
  • Candor toward the Tribunal RPC 3.3 and 3.5
  • Truthfulness toward third parties RPC 4.1
  • Good faith and fair dealing in negotiation
  • Mediator and Arbitrator conflicts
  • Ex Parte Communications CJC 2.9 and RPC 3.5(B)
  • CR 11 Sanctions

Featured People

Judge Helen L. Halpert (Ret.)
  • Appellate
  • Business Commercial
  • Employment Law
  • Estate Probate Trusts
  • Family Law
  • Higher Education & Title IX
  • American Indian Tribal Law
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Property
Ann T. Marshall
  • Banking
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Commercial
  • Construction
  • Construction Defect
  • Insurance
  • Professional Liability
  • Real Property
Comm. Eric B. Watness (Ret.)
  • Business Commercial
  • Construction Defect
  • Education Law
  • Employment
  • Estate Probate Trusts
  • Family Law
  • Governmental & Public Agency
  • American Indian Tribal Law
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury
  • Professional Liability
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