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2020 Professional Conduct - Super Scary Edition | CMBA CLE Catalog

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2020 Professional Conduct - Super Scary Edition

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Date Published

October 29, 2020


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association


Ethics, Evidence, Professional Conduct


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Navigating Disagreements with Clients
Disagreements with clients can be tough. Here is how to navigate your way through them and maintain a good working relationship.

Case update
An update on cases before the Board of Professional Conduct and an overview of the Grievance process

Evidence and Ethics
It comes from the shadows to possess you into turning your own clients in to the police. The most secure safes open at its command. Friends, ignore it at your’s the physical-evidence rule! Kevin explores the super scary implications of Comment 2 to Ohio R. Prof. Cond. 3.4 for lawyers who may come into possession of physical evidence of client crimes.

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Heather Zirke

HEATHER ZIRKE is General Counsel for the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. During her 14 years with the CMBA, Heather... Read More

Danielle Cosgrove

Danielle Cosgrove is the Director of Cleveland Mediation Center, which has been providing mediation and conflict resolution... Read More

Kevin J. Vogel

Kevin J. Vogel is an associate attorney with Flannery | Georgalis, LLC. He focuses his practice on government-investigation... Read More

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