Partner Barry Temkin will discuss The Ethics of the Remote Practice of Law, and ABA’s Ethics Opinion 498, at NELA/NY’s (National Employment Lawyers Association) Spring Conference on May 14. With his co-presenter, Jennifer Goldsmith at Ironshore, he will discuss ABA’s guidance on ethical issues specific to working remotely, as well as lawyers’ ethical duties of competence, confidentiality, and supervision, which are imposed by the ABA Model Rules of Professional Responsibility.
NELA will feature panels on the latest legal issues facing employees and their counsel. Other sessions include Covid Concerns in the Workplace, Nuts and Bolts of New York Unemployment Insurance Claims, New Rules in State Court, Addressing Barriers and Posing Solutions to Increasing Diversity in ADR, and Maximizing Emotional Distress Damages. All sessions are CLE-eligible.
You can register for the conference here