Ethical Issues to Avoid

Recording Date: November 18, 2010
Price: $169

Self Study/Alternate Format CLE: Self-study credit may be available in your state(s) of license for watching a video or listening to an audio recording. Refer to your state bar’s MCLE guidelines for the number of reportable credits permissible via these formats.

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Agenda and Speakers

Alternative Legal Fee Programs: Is the Billable Hour in Jeopardy?
• How outside counsel’s legal fees and costs impact in-house counsel, insurers and risk managers
• Why will alternative fees work now vs. five years ago?
• Ethical intersection-how to make alternative fee arrangements ethical & complying with Model Rule 1.5
– Billing issues & E-Billing
• Advertising and ethical issues: Understanding Model Rule 7.2 and how to advertise alternative fee arrangements ethically
• Complying with Model Rule 1.1-1.4
• Alternative legal fee structures to consider: the pros and cons for counsel and client
– Flat fee, performance-based arrangements, etc.
• The organizations that will benefit from them

John O’Meara, Esq., Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP, Los Angeles, CA
Paul Amirata, Esq., Vice President of Claims, AXA Insurance Company, New York

Jameson B. Carroll, Esq., King & Spalding, Atlanta
Edward Grady, Senior Claims Examiner, AXA Insurance Company, New York
Anne-Marie Shelley, Esq., General Counsel, ACCRETIVE, LLC, New York