Nuts & Bolts Series: The Limits of Persuasion (1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Summary

Handouts for this program can be downloaded by clicking on the "Other Resources" tab in the video player.

When does zealous advocacy hinder your effectiveness and endanger ethical integrity? Join us for a presentation on how to maximize the effect of persuasion through knowing and using the limitations of persuasive argument and negotiation in your practice.

Presenters
Phillip Stephan, Esq.
Chair - SDCBA Business & Corporate Law Section
Phillip practices commercial and antitrust litigation, and has appeared in both state and federal courts. He is an experienced litigator that also counsels startups and established companies on risk management, litigation, and intellectual property....More
David M. Majchrzak, Esq.
Attorney - Klinedinst PC
David M. Majchrzak is a seasoned ethicist, civil litigator, and certified specialist by the State Bar of California in legal malpractice law with significant motion, trial, and appellate experience. He works primarily out of Klinedinst PC’s San Diego...More

Originally Published

January 19, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Nuts & Bolts Series: The Limits of Persuasion - Video
  • Nuts & Bolts Series: The Limits of Persuasion - Paper

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Credit

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