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    Price

    $79 for Association Member
    $99 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Date Published

    January 27, 2012

    Publisher

    Consumer Attorneys of California

    Subjects

    Ethics

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    Summary

    Some clients threaten to sue us or complain to the State Bar if we don't waive our fees. Others make unreasonable demands, get abusive, or perhaps refuse to sign settlement papers. Whatever the behavior, such clients present difficult ethics issues, either as we continue to represent them or as we withdraw from the case. Jerry and Mary discuss how to deal with a variety of clients gone bad.

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    Presenters

    Jerome Fishkin
    Fishkin & Slatter LLP

    Jerome Fishkin began his general practice in 1971 and has appeared in nearly every courthouse in the greater San Francisco... Read More

    Mary Shea Hagebols
    Shea Law Offices , APC


    Mary Shea Hagebols is the a sole proprietor of Shea Law Offices in Oakland, CA. She has over twenty-seven years of... Read More

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