May 15, 2021

Twin ABA Ethics Opinions Cover What You Need to Know About Remotely Practicing Law

ABA Practice Points
Laurie Webb Daniel | Phil George

Litigation attorneys Laurie Webb Daniel and Phil George authored an American Bar Association (ABA) Practice Points article discussing two opinions issued during the COVID-19 pandemic addressing key ethical dilemmas lawyers face when working remotely. The ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility issued complementary ethics opinions addressing unauthorized practice of law while working remotely and ethics rules most likely to be violated by remote practice. The formal opinions provide useful guidance to practitioners no matter where they are located.

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