Upcoming Changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct, An Appellate Perspective (1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory & Appellate Practice Specialization Applies)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Summary

Join our expert panel to understand how the updated Rules of Professional Conduct, which become effective November 1, 2018, will impact appellate practice. Heather L. Rosing is certified by the State Bar as a Specialist in Legal Malpractice Law and has developed a nationwide reputation for her experience and skill in litigating complex malpractice cases and advising in the areas of ethics and risk management. Heather served as a legal advisor to the Rules Revision Commission that rewrote the Rules for consideration by the Supreme Court. Heather was just recently named as one of the “Top 100 Lawyers In California” by the Daily Journal. Eric Deitz also lectures and advises on the topic of legal ethics and is the immediate past chair of the SDCBA’s Legal Ethics Committee. He currently serves on the State Bar’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct (COPRAC), and has been recognized by the Southern California edition of Super Lawyers in the area of Professional Liability Defense.

Presenters
Eric R. Deitz, Esq.
Partner - Gordon & Rees LLP
Eric R. Deitz is a partner in the San Diego and Los Angeles offices of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP (Gordon & Rees), and a member of the Professional Liability, Employment and Commercial Litigation practice groups. Mr. Deitz devotes much of his...More
Heather L. Rosing, Esq.
Shareholder & CFO - Klinedinst PC
Heather L. Rosing is a Shareholder and Managing Partner of Klinedinst PC, with offices in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Seattle. Ms. Rosing is Chairperson of the firm’s statewide Professional Liability Team, which litigates...More

Originally Published

October 19, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Upcoming Changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct, An Appellate Perspective - Video
  • Upcoming Changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct, An Appellate Perspective - Paper

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