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Discipline, Sanctions and Public Perception: Attorney Regulation of High-Profile Cases 2021

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Price: $69.00
Item Code: 11410-BK

About

This course and book examine the strengths and weaknesses of attorney discipline in high-profile cases—from considerations for filing a complaint, to identifying the relevant Rules of Professional Conduct that drive the complaint, to the interplay between federal and state disciplinary systems. The materials focus on the recent cases against Rudy Giuliani and others.

Summary of Contents

The Giuliani Complaint

  • Complaint against Rudolph Giuliani
  • New York Rules of Professional Conduct Referenced in Giuliani Complaint (and Compared to Pennsylvania Rules)
  • Rules of Professional Conduct at Issue: Slides
  • The Disciplinary Process and Prosecutorial Misconduct Initiative: Slides
  • Relevant Rules

Dealing with Lying Lawyers

King v. Whitmer et. al.

  • Motion for Rule 11 Sanctions
  • Response to Motions for Sanctions
  • Motion for 1927 Sanctions

Attorney Scott Hagerstrom Complaint, MI

Attorney Sidney Powell Complaint, MI

Wisconsin Voters Alliance v. Pence, Order

Latinos for Trump v. Sessions, Show Cause Order

Uhlfelder v. The Honorable Ron DeSantis, Dismissal and Referral

In re Schlesinger

Appendix: Additional Reading

Practice Areas
Published: 3/10/2021
Pages: 192
Size: 8.5x11
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