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Getting In and Out of Trouble: Anatomy of a Disciplinary Case

Recorded on: Dec. 26, 2017
Running Time: 02:01:26

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Taken from the Web Program Staying Out of Trouble 2017: Hot Topics in Ethics and Avoiding Professional Discipline Recorded December 2017 in New York

Getting In and Out of Trouble: Anatomy of a Disciplinary Case [02:01:26]

  • How the disciplinary process works
  • The most common disciplinary complaints
  • Public v. Private discipline
  • Handling the liability and penalty phases

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Richard M. Maltz ~ Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC
Ronald C. Minkoff ~ Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC
Deborah A. Scalise ~ Scalise & Hamilton LLP
Raymond Vallejo ~ Deputy Chief Attorney, Attorney Grievance Committee, First Judicial Department, Supreme Court, Appellate Division
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