Lindsey N. Casillas Present at Legal Affairs Forum

Klinedinst attorney Lindsey N. Casillas was featured presenter at the California Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Legal Affairs Forum on April 29, 2016. Ms. Casillas offered “must-know” tips for real estate professionals dealing with conflicts and confidentiality.

SACRAMENTO – Klinedinst attorney Lindsey N. Casillas was featured presenters at the California Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Legal Affairs Spring Forum on April 29, 2016 in Sacramento, CA.

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Lindsey N. Casillas, Esq.

Ms. Casillas discussed hot topics in legal malpractice, with a focus on internal law firm communications and conflict waivers. They examined California Rules of Professional Conduct and American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and provided practical guidance on protecting privilege of internal communications. The presentation also covered specific conflicts to consider when drafting conflict waivers.

CAR is a professional real estate organization dedicated to promoting the real estate profession, through programs and services that enhance integrity and competence. Attendees at the Legal Affairs Spring Forum include in-house counsel for large brokerage firms, defense counsel, litigators who handle real estate disputes, local counsel, mediators, and risk managers who advise real estate brokers and firms.

Klinedinst commends Ms. Casillas for her role in educating the real estate community.

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