Tag:Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct

It’s Open Season on Soliciting Business Owners

An extraordinary thing happened to the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct six months before everyone was ordered home to their COVID-19 bunkers: the prohibition on soliciting potential business clients was virtually abolished.

ABA Offers Ethics Advice on Criticism

The ABA has recently issued ethics counseling that advises lawyers not to respond to online criticism, counter to Colorado guidance

ABA Offers Ethics Advice on Criticism

The ABA has recently issued ethics counseling that advises lawyers not to respond to online criticism, counter to Colorado guidance

10th Circuit Says Colorado OARC Can Discipline Out-of-Staters

In a recent opinion, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals held that an attorney was still subject to Colorado’s practice requirements — and disciplinary action...

Ethics Expert Discusses the Concerns that Keep Firm Leaders Up at Night

What keeps law firm leaders up at night? The “reply all” button, according to Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell executive director Amy DeVan. DeVan on Oct. 14...

Lawyers’ Duties

Lawyers and law firms face the same cybersecurity risks as other businesses, but they have unique duties in dealing with these risks.   In 2016,...

Personal Estate Representatives Assume Existing Attorney-Client Privilege

What if the personal representative for the estate of someone who has passed away needs to access legal files for the person that are...

Disrespect Can Lead to Discipline

The judge who presides over Colorado’s attorney discipline cases hopes that if he talks to lawyers about the importance of professional behavior, he’ll see...