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“New” New York Rules Governing Attorney Discipline

Recorded on: Jan. 14, 2017
Running Time: 01:02:52

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Taken from the briefing “New” New York Rules Governing Attorney Discipline recorded January, 2017 in New York.

The Appellate Divisions recently implemented uniform, wide-ranging new procedural rules that change virtually everything about the way attorney disciplinary cases will be prosecuted and defended across New York State. In this one-hour presentation, experienced disciplinary defense counsel will explain what has changed, how the changes might adversely affect an attorney caught up in a disciplinary case and, conversely, how the changes could benefit attorneys.

Lecture Topics  [01:02:51]

In addition, J. Richard Supple Jr. of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP will address whether the rules changes can effectively address criticisms of the existing system, including:

  • The speed of disciplinary investigations;
  • Issues of transparency in the operation of the grievance process; and
  • Other policy matters, such as charging decisions, staff counsel discretion in “plea bargaining,” and prosecution priorities.

Presentation Material

  • NY Attorney Disciplinary System
    J. Richard Supple Jr.
J. Richard Supple ~ Hinshaw & Culbertson
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