Lozada: When a Complaint Makes It to the State Bar AC16 (.MP3)
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A complaint has been filed against you or you are the filing attorney and the matter is now before the state bar. Panelists will discuss the do's and don'ts when facing the state bar, the filing attorney's duties and responsibilities, and state bar process.
Key Topics Include
- Overview of the State Bar Discipline Process and BIA Procedures
- The First Three Things to Do When You Receive a Written Complaint of Misconduct from Authorities
- Possible Defenses, Including Statute of Limitations
- Defendant's Responsibility to Be Responsive and Truthful, and to Self-Report Violations or Adverse Discipline
- Factors that Mitigate Bar Remedies for Misconduct
- Whacked Twice by the Same Misconduct: Each Jurisdiction Can Impose Different and Successive Discipline
- Collateral Estoppel or Res Judicata: Effects of Adverse Discipline Findings
Arturo R. Rios (DL), St. Petersburg, FL
Robert E. Juceam, AILA Past President, New York, NY
Mike Razi, Los Angeles, CA
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