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Attorney Ethics: Practice Primers
ETHICS COMPLIANCE PRIMERS FOR SOLE PRACTITIONERS AND LAWYERS IN SMALL TO MID-SIZE LAW FIRMS
Partner Glenn Reiser, a former member and Chair of the Bergen County District IIB Ethics Committee, offers an ethics primer to teach sole practitioners, and small to mid-size law firms how to proactively avoid ethical violations.
From reviewing general business practices, records retention policies, trust accounting practices, Internet and social media advertising, and mass mailing advertising/solicitations, this areas of our law firm’s practice is designed to help educate our fellow New Jersey lawyers on compliance with the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct.
NJ Attorney Ethics Lawyers
- Did you know that a lawyer’s business checks must clearly state ATTORNEY BUSINESS ACCOUNT?
- Website Advertising. Are you aware that your law firm’s website is subject to compliance with New Jersey’s rules on lawyer advertising?
- Do you know that sharing fees with a non-lawyer is prohibited?
A lawyer’s license is his or her stock in trade. In today’s world of online reviews and social media, a professional reputation can be destroyed in a single instance involving allegations of of ethical misconduct. Having managed our law firm for the past 19 years, Mr. Reiser is well versed on law practice management and how to effectively operate a law firm in compliance with the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct, including Internet advertising and social media marketing.
Mr. Reiser will personally visit your office, engage in discussions with the managing partner and secretarial staff, and develop a plan to ensure that your law firm has proper procedures in place to avoid ethics infractions altogether or to minimize their occurrence.
Are you a lawyer about to start your own practice? Contact our NJ attorney ethics lawyers today. Let us assist you in developing a plan designed to foster compliance with the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct.