2019 Professional Conduct

Published by Ohio Association for Justice


Summary

From the 2019 Annual Convention:
-Case Law Update
-Ethics and Lien Resolution
-4:15 How to Avoid Being a Respondent in Ohio’s Disciplinary System

Presenters
Charles Kettlewell
I am admitted in the state of Ohio and United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio. I am also admitted in the District of Columbia.* My practice concentrates primarily on the field of legal ethics and consists of...More
Jordan Lebovitz
Trucking lawyer Jordan Lebovitz has been a vital member of the Nurenberg Paris law firm since 2013 where he has rapidly made a name for himself for his skillful and dedicated representation of his clients. Before joining the firm, Jordan served as...More
Brenda Johnson
Brenda M. Johnson joined Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy in 1999, bringing several years of commercial litigation experience to our legal team. Brenda is a member of the firm’s appellate department and focuses on aviation litigation, mass torts,...More
Richard Alkire
Practice Areas: Medical Negligence; Hospital Negligence; Products Liability; Business Litigation; Business Torts; Insurance Litigation; Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Wrongful Death; Personal Injury;...More

Originally Published

May 2, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Case Law Update
  • Ethics and Lien Resolution
  • 4:15 How to Avoid Being a Respondent in Ohio’s Disciplinary System

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