LACBA's Real Property Section for "Ethics - Top Considerations for Real Estate Lawyers in 2012"October 3, 2012
Please join LACBA's Real Property Section for "Ethics - Top Considerations for Real Estate Lawyers in 2012"
Wed., October 3, 2012 from 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Failure to identify and properly handle common ethical problems is one of the most frequent causes of legal malpractice claims against real estate practitioners. Speakers William Holden, Managing Director of Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA and Stanley Lamport, Partner at Cox Castle & Nicholson LLP will provide practical strategies for lawyers in private practice and in-house lawyers to identify and address these common ethical issues, including conflicts of interest and duties related to the negotiation of real estate transactions. The program will be presented by a real estate practitioner who is a recognized expert in the field of legal ethics and an experienced insurance broker who specializes in professional liability insurance for the legal profession.
1 hr of CLE credit, including Ethics credit, will be provided.
Los Angeles County Bar Association
1055 West 7th Street, 27th Floor
Room: La Brea/La Cienega Conference Room
For more information and to register, please click here.
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