NE MCLE #193980. 2.0 Ethics hours. (Distance Learning)
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$130 – Regular Registration
$100 – NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member (Members eligible to use free ethics benefit)
$50 – NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member Junior Actives (Members eligible to use free ethics benefit)
FREE - NSBA Dues-paying members who use their two free ethics credit benefit
FREE – Law Students
NSBA Dues Paying Members: If you have not already claimed your 2 hours of FREE Ethics for 2020 and wish to use them for this event, please choose the ticket named Future Isn't Always Bright - NSBA Dues Members 2 Ethics Hours. To ensure proper pricing, you must be logged-in as the attorney you are intending to register for this event.
***PLEASE NOTE: As a voluntary dues-paying member you are only eligible to attend ONE NSBA two-hour FREE ethics program each year. If you are unsure whether you have already used the promo code to attend one of the member benefit ethics CLE programs for free, then please contact Lisa Henrichs at 402-475-7091 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org before registering, otherwise you will be invoiced the full registration price.
The only thing that doesn't change is change. Some changes, like a desired transition out of practice, are anticipated. Others, like a sudden practice interruption arising from medical emergency, death, disaster (natural or otherwise), or cyber breach, can cause lost income, lost clients, and legal malpractice and disciplinary complaints. Join us to discuss best practices in planning for change so that you can fulfill your ethical and fiduciary obligations to your clients and insulate yourself against claims and loss. Originally recorded July 17, 2019.
Noah D. Fiedler, Lawyers for the Profession© Practice Group, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP: Noah Fiedler helps his clients—from lawyers and law firms to corporations and public entities—navigate through the roadblocks and difficulties they face. Noah's clients value his pragmatic approach to both litigation and counseling. By assessing potential impacts on the organization as a whole, he provides his clients with the best solution to their situation, going beyond the context of litigation. He has extensive experience defending lawyers in malpractice claims and in disciplinary proceedings, as well as counseling individual lawyers, law firms and legal departments on risk management and ethics issues.
In addition, Noah provides risk management counsel for corporations and public entities and resolves commercial disputes through negation, mediation or, if necessary, litigation.
With his vast knowledge on the subject, Noah has been vital in developing a variety of risk management resources, including Hinshaw's Safety Net®. He is also the co-editor of Hinshaw's Lawyers' Lawyer Newsletter and Cyber Alerts.