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Zealous representation or lawyer misconduct? Where does the Florida Supreme Court draw the line?

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert will discuss the lawyer’s duty to competently and zealously represent a client and the Florida Supreme Court decisions addressing when a lawyer’s conduct may cross the line and constitute misconduct and violate the Florida Bar Rules.  Lawyers understand that they should zealously represent clients and, while that Read More

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Florida Supreme Court issues in person public reprimand to lawyer suspended for 2 years for “appalling and unprofessional behavior”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will update Supreme Court of Florida disciplinary opinion which increased a referee’s recommended 90 day suspension to 2 years for “appalling and unprofessional behavior” including, inter alia, “screaming at judges and opposing counsel, and personally attacking opposing counsel by disparaging him and attempting to humiliate Read More

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Kentucky Supreme Court opinion finds that lawyer did not disobey obligation to tribunal by ignoring judge’s warnings about his behavior

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Kentucky Supreme Court disciplinary opinion which held that a lawyer’s repeated disruptive behavior and refusal to abide by a judge’s “repeated warnings” to tone down his behavior did not violate the portion of the Kentucky Bar Rule which prohibits a lawyer from Read More

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