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Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts (Credit: 1 PMCLE Illinois)
Published by Law Bulletin Seminars



Summary
With eyes toward modern technology, as well as emerging trends in correspondence among litigants, two top Chicago professional defense practitioners debate the creation of the attorney-client relationship and explore conflicts in this one-hour session. Veteran attorneys George Collins and Phil Fowler offer advice, remedies and avoidance strategies for problems that can arise from seemingly innocent communication.

Presenters
George Collins
George is a partner with the firm Collins, Bargione & Vuckovich in Chicago, where he is engaged in litigation practice, including civil litigation, appellate work, disciplinary defense, legal malpractice, and professional responsibility. He has...More
Philip Fowler
Philip is partner at Tribler Orpett & Meyer. Recognized by his peers as a “Leading Lawyer” every year from 2004 to the present in a number of areas, including Professional Malpractice Defense Law, he has established a successful litigation practice...More
Originally Published
May 9, 2012

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Video
  2. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Audio
  3. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - PPT
  4. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Hypotheticals
  5. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Relationship Formation
  6. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Rule 1.18
  7. Rules Day 2012 - Unwittingly Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship & Unknowingly Creating Conflicts - Rule 1.13

How To Attend
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Credit
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