David Majchrzak served as a panelist at the State Bar of California’s Solo and Small Firm Summit. The session offered practical guidance on ethical issues concerning attorney advertising, substance abuse, settlement negotiations, and facing difficult personalities.
The State Bar of California Solo and Small Firm Summit is a 3-day MCLE program designed for solo and small firm practitioners to offer guidance and solutions for lawyering and managing a law practice. The program featured legal education classes, business management courses, and networking events.
Mr. Majchrzak, along with two panels of seasoned ethicists, presented on two separate ethics topics. One session titled, “Let’s Make a Deal: The Ethics of Negotiation,” explored the ethical lines in negotiation and when they are crossed. Specifically, the panel discussed the ethical duty of honesty within the context of settlement negotiations. Another session, “It Takes All Kinds: The Ethics of Dealing with Difficult Personalities” addressed the ethical issues that arise when a lawyer finds him or herself dealing with a difficult personality. The panel explored the various contexts in which these personalities emerge and offered practical advice for managing such situations in an ethical manner.
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