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ABA panel probes lawyer-rating services

A sub-group of the American Bar Association Commission on Ethics 20/20 is investigating how online and print publications that rate lawyers and law firms come up with their findings. Donald Hilliker, co-chair of the panel ...

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A look at the ethics of Web 2.0 for lawyers

While many lawyers are taking advantage of abundant networking and marketing opportunities using Web 2.0 platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, they should be aware of a number of ethical pitfalls.

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Train law firm staff on confidentiality rules

Even though law firm staff may include non-lawyers, firm managers must ensure the rules of confidentiality are part of their training. “Your staff should understand they represent the firm ...

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When tech and ethics collide

The American Bar Association’s recent Webinar on the potential pitfalls found at the intersection of technology and ethics, “Dangerous Curves Ahead: When Legal Ethics and Technology Collide,” addressed a number of challenges lawyers face on a daily basis ...

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