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Seminar Number

9152

Registration
Fee:

$175

MALPRACTICE AVOIDANCE, ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM:  FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

RECORDED MARCH 4, 2016

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
3 CLE Hours including 2 Ethics Hours, 1 Professionalism Hour and 2 Trial Practice Hours

Presiding:
J. Randolph Evans, Program Chair, Co-Author, Georgia Legal Malpractice Law; Dentons US LLP, Atlanta & Washington, DC

welcome and program overview
J. Randolph Evans
DIVERSITY AND PROFESSIONALISM—THE IMPORTANCE OF BOTH
Suzanne W. Ockleberry, AT&T Services, Inc., Atlanta

PROFESSIONALISM IN GEORGIA COURTS—DEPOSITIONS & TRIAL
Hon. Christopher S. Brasher, Judge, Superior Court, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, Atlanta

TEN TIPS FOR AVOIDING LEGAL MALPRACTICE
Jake Evans, Thompson Hine, LLP, Atlanta

SMALL FIRMS AND LEGAL MALPRACTICE; SAME RULES, DIFFERENT CHALLENGES
Kimberly Cofer Harris, Elllis, Painter, Ratteree & Adams LLP, Savannah

THE BENCH AND THE BAR—WORKING TOGETHER
W. Ryan Teague, Executive Counsel, Georgia Office of the Governor, Atlanta

STAYING WITHIN THE RULES
Samuel S. Olens, Attorney General, Georgia Department of Law, Atlanta