Ethical Dilemmas in Consumer Practice and How to Handle Them: Where Do You Draw the Line?
Michael Avenatti Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison for Defrauding Clients
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A Two-Year Delay in Filing a Retention Application Resulted in Denial of Fees
Pittsburgh Bankruptcy Judge Gregory Taddonio says that lawyers must search in PACER before signing up a new client.
Contingency Planning, Risk-Reduction and Other Security Considerations
Two Circuits Now Require Refunds for Overpayment of U.S. Trustee Fees
The Second Circuit essentially reissued its original decision from last year by again requiring the U.S. Trustee to refund the overpayment of unconstitutional fees.
Intersection of Ethics and Technology
In Mass Tort Cases, New York Judge Permits Redactions of Creditors’ Names
One month apart, two judges in New York differed on the extent to which they permitted redactions of information about creditors, their identities and addresses.