Tag:Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct

CBA Releases Ethics Opinion for Lawyers Practicing Virtually

The CBA Ethics Committee summarized some practice guidelines for attorneys who work remotely, either full-time or in a hybrid setting.

CBA Issues New Ethics Opinion for Lawyers Addressing Clients in Group Emails, Texts

The CBA Ethics Committee released an opinion about ethical issues for lawyers who include clients in group communications.

Court Opinion: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinion for Jan. 26

A Colorado attorney was censured after she allegedly sent a demeaning and unprofessional demand letter to another attorney.

Succession Planning: Time is of the Essence

Legal business counselor Gene Commander explains the need for law firms and solo attorneys to actively engage in succession planning.

Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for Oct. 4

The Colorado Supreme Court en banc unanimously affirmed in part and reversed in part a case involving an attorney and alleged violations concerning the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct.

Protecting Law Firm Investments in Human Capital

Gene Commander, an independent executive business counselor, advises Colorado law firms on the best retention strategies.

Supreme Court Adopts Rule on Prosecutors’ Duty to Disclose Defense-Friendly Evidence

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced changes to an ethics rule on prosecutors' disclosure of defense-friendly evidence.

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.