2016 Maricopa Lawyer Liability & Ethics Q&A

  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (January 2016, page 7) The Ethics of Technology.
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (December 2015, page 5) How a lawyer can contact different parties.
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (November 2015, page 7) This month’s column focuses on what options are available for lawyers and non-lawyers when analyzing ethics issues.
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (October 2015, page 7) On Aug. 27, 2015, the Supreme Court of Arizona issued an Order Amending ERs 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, 1.18, Comments to ER 1.10, and Comment [8] to ER 1.0 in No. R-13-0046. This Order changes the procedure and requirements for screening disqualified lawyers. This column describes some of the changes.
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (September 2015, page 5). An important emerging trend in ethics involves lawyers’ competence on technology issues. This month’s column is devoted to questions received from attendees at various presentations I’ve recently given on this topic.
  • How to Fight a Legal Grievance by Lori Tripoli for About.com (June 2015) featuring advice from Russell Yurk for lawyers on ethics and what is entailed in dealing with a professional liability grievance.
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (June 2015, page 7). When do I need to run a conflict check?
  • Lawyer Liability and Ethics Q&A by Russell Yurk for the Maricopa Lawyer (May 2015, page 7) Is there really a conflict of interest when I represent an employer and an employee when the only issue is whether the employee was negligent and the employer will pay for any judgment?