Lawyers are prohibited from selling a law practice
When a lawyers leaves a law firm, which of the following is not a step to be taken in giving notice to clients for the departure.
Which of the following refers to a contractual arrangement in which a sponsor contracts with a lawyer or law firm to provide designated legal services to members of a plan?
Model Rule 8.4 (g) would prohibit a lawyer from engaging in harassment or discrimination during the management of a law firm.
Which of the following is NOT an exception allowing an out-of-state lawyer to provide legal services in a jurisdiction in which they are not admitted on a temporary basis.
Indigent individuals have NO general right to court appointed counsel in CIVIL cases.
States use three basis systems to implement the constitutional right to counsel in criminal cases. Which of the three is principally used in large cities.
Which of the following refers to a partnership, corporation or other legal entity that includes lawyers and has as one of its purposes the providing of legal services to clients other than itself?
Rules of ethics have traditionally prevented lawyers from entering into partnerships with nonlawyers
Lawyer is retiring from the practice of law. Upon retirement, lawyer will receive a pension plan from his firm. However, as a condition to receiving money from the pension plan, lawyer must agree not to compete with the firm in the practice of law.
In Gideon v. Wainwright, the United States Supreme Court held that this constitutional Amendment guarantees an indigent defendant the right to counsel in felony criminal prosecutions.
Several states have now adopted mandatory pro bono requirements for lawyers to fulfil.
Lawyers do not need to worry about their mental and physical health, so long as they personally believe that they can still represent clients effectively.
Traditionally, law firms have been formed as partnerships
Lawyers suffer from significantly higher rates of depression and anxiety than the population as a whole.
There are no restrictions on direct mail advertising related to legal services.
Physical presence in a jurisdiction is the sole factor used by courts in determining whether an out-of-state lawyer is practicing in the jurisdiction.
A lawyer may be disciplined for failing to provide at least 50 hours of pro bono service per year.
The no-additional-compensation rule prohibits partners who are withdrawing from a law firm from receiving additional compensation for services rendered in winding up the partnership business.
In which of the following cases did the Supreme Court of the United States outline a Constitutional right for Lawyers to engage in marketing their firms.
Today, citizens without a law license can practice law in the United States.
Which of the following cases held that departing lawyers may be civilly liable for breach of their fiduciary obligations to their former firms?
The model rules of professional conduct prohibit lawyers from forming limited liability companies and partnerships as lawyers may not limit liability for malpractice or professional misconduct.
Lawyer employs a paralegal who is highly knowledgeable in the area of estate planning. In fact, lawyer often jokes at bar events that his paralegal knows more about estate planning than he does. As a result, lawyer often allows the paralegal to interview estate planning clients, develop a preliminary estate plan with the client, give clients preliminary advice and answer questions regarding the plan, and prepare draft documents for the estate plan. Lawyer reviews all the documents before executing them with the clients.
Lawyers may not use social medial to market their law firm.