Wilck a speaker at NYSBA Risk Management Seminar

October 16, 2015 | Professional Liability | Directors & Officers Liability | Intellectual Property

David Wilck, a partner in the Firm’s Professional Liability Practice Group, will be a speaker at the New York State Bar Association’s program entitled, “Risk Management for Lawyers.”  This program will provide practical tips to help improve your practice and lessen the possibility of a malpractice claim or grievance.  The program includes an overview of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, disciplinary rules, recent developments and cases of interest. David’s workshop is entitled, “Relations With Others, Including Partners and Non-Clients.”

Program Topics:

  • Competency in Area of Practice
  • Recognizing and Handling Conflicts of Interest ? Proper Client Intake
  • Effective Client Relations and Resolving Attorney-Client Disputes
  • Relations with Others, Including Partners and Non-Clients
  • Insurance Considerations, including the Appropriate Coverage and the Importance of Proper and Timely Notice

About David’s workshop:

Relations with Others, Including Partners and Non-Clients

  • Integrity in dealing with non-clients – Standards of Civility
  • Intra-firm relationships
  • Dealing with partners
  • Supervisory responsibilities of law firms and attorneys
  • Scope of supervisory responsiblity of lawyers
  • Ethical issues facing newly admitted attorneys
  • Stress management and Lawyers’ Assistance Programs
  • The “innocent” partner
  • Lawyer advertising and marketing

The Program will be held at the Melville Marriott, 1350 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville.  Participants in this program will receive a 7.5% credit toward their CNA Lawyers’ Professional Liability premium.  Please note that the 7.5% credit is per attorney participating in the program regardless of status (open to full-time, part-time and moonlighting attorneys).

Click here to register or for more information.

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