2 edition of Civil litigation and professional responsibility. found in the catalog.
Civil litigation and professional responsibility.
by Council on Education in Professional Responsibility in Chicago
Written in English
|Contributions||Council on Education in Professional Responsibility.|
|LC Classifications||KF313 .F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 125 p.|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||68001710|
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Brian S. Faughnan practices law in the Memphis, Tennessee office of Lewis Thomason, where he focuses on the areas of legal ethics and lawyers' professional responsibility and maintains a civil litigation practice focused on complex commercial litigation, appellate litigation, and media law.
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A lawyer who specializes in civil litigation is known as a “litigator” or a “trial lawyer.” The role and responsibilities of a civil litigation attorney can be challenging and diverse. Lawyers specializing in this field must be willing to assume oppositional positions, embracing conflict and controversy.
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Professional Responsibility provides quick and reliable answers to issues commonly facing lawyers in the day-to-day practice of law. Written for both civil and criminal practitioners, this set contains clear, concise explanations of all relevant provisions of the State Bar Act and the Rules of Professional Conduct; lawyer discipline and State Bar Court proceedings are also covered in detail.
Ethics Forum: Questions and Answers on Professional Responsibility I represent a law firm where one of the lawyers was discovered diverting. Publication Date: March 13th, ISBN: Subject: Civil Procedure Series: Hornbooks Type: Hornbook Treatises Description: Gain insight into the laws governing all of the major steps in the civil litigation process, starting with investigation and ending with post-appeal collateral attacks.
This text covers the major themes underlying the governing legal standards and those basic.Standards of Litigation Conduct. 1. General Statement. a. Lawyers should make reasonable efforts to conduct all discovery by agreements. b. A lawyer should not use any form of discovery, or the scheduling of discovery, as a means of harassing opposing counsel or his client.As used in the term “civil liability,” the word liability means responsibility for the harm alleged by the plaintiff and the damages suffered.
A person found liable in a civil action, upon a verdict in favor of the plaintiff, must pay whatever monetary damages the jury (or sometimes the judge) awards to the plaintiff.