Legal Ethics and Law Firm Risk Management

In addition to representing attorneys in professional liability disputes, Klinedinst’s Ethics Lawyers advises practitioners on legal ethics, professional obligations, compliance, and risk management. Professional clients come to Klinedinst to get practical and common sense solutions to the myriad of issues that lawyers face into today’s environment.

The profession of law is governed by an increasingly specialized set of law and regulations, including the Rules of Professional Conduct, State Bar Act, ethics opinions and advisories, civility and professionalism standards, and entity rules. The attorneys at Klinedinst have decades of deep experience in advising a wide range of practitioners, from solo and small firms to the largest law firms in the world, on these issues and more. Several members of this team hold specialty certifications in Legal Malpractice. Klinedinst understands the challenges facing the profession, and provides succinct, to-the-point guidance on these professional standards. Understanding that ethics issues often arise on a moment’s notice, and need to be dealt immediately, Klinedinst is also known for its quick response time to its professional clients.

In addition to general ethics advisement, Klinedinst assists in fee disputes, law firm dissolutions, attorney employee departures, partnership disputes, succession planning, malpractice insurance, and expert witness engagements.

The members of this team each have significant experience in legal ethics and malpractice litigation, making them well-rounded and particularly qualified to provide guidance and counseling. We have proven success in helping lawyers and law firms in achieving their goals in an ethical and effective manner. Members of our Legal Ethics and Law Firm Risk Management group have received awards and recognition for their work across California, including a top Tier 1 ranking for Ethics and Professional Responsibility in San Diego from Best Lawyers®

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