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“Zealous” or “Excessive” – Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?

Length: 3 hours

“Zealous” or “Excessive” –
Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?
3 Ethics Credits

1:00–2:00        Recent Developments Regarding Oregon’s Rules of
            Professional Conduct
            •    Caselaw and stipulations
            •    Recent ethics opinions
            ∙    Emerging trends
            – David J. Elkanich
            – Jeffrey D. Sapiro

2:15–4:00        “Zealous” or “Excessive” – Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?
            ∙    Puffing and negotiating: is there a line and how do we draw it?
            ∙    Virtual lawyering and its critics
            ∙    High-tech details: metadata, inadvertent disclosure, and related issues
            ∙    E-mail and communicating with represented parties
            ∙    Considering coupons: marketing for fun and profit in a high-tech world
            Moderator: Katherine Heekin
            – David H. Angeli
            – Blerina Kotori
            – Albert A. Menashe

PROGRAM FACULTY=======

David H. Angeli
Angeli Law Group LLC

David J. Elkanich
Program Planner
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Katherine Heekin
The Heekin Law Firm

Peter R. Jarvis
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Blerina Kotori
Tonkon Torp LLP

Albert A. Menashe
Gevurtz Menashe

Jeffrey D. Sapiro
Disciplinary Counsel, Oregon State Bar



Original Recording Date: November 2, 2012

CLE Credits (60): 3 Ethics Credits


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Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School

Course Materials

  • “Zealous” or “Excessive” – Can a Lawyer
  • MCLE Form