Saturday, June 8, 2013

July 9/Albany, NY + Web: Ethical Considerations in Non-Client Communications #MCLE

Please note that in New York newly admitted attorneys (attorneys admitted two years or less) are not eligible to receive CLE credit by completing programs online.
Douglas J. Rose
Ethical Considerations in Non-Client Communications
July 9, 2013
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Albany, NY
Also Webcast - Preregistration by July 8 required
With more than two decades of experience as a civil litigator, Douglas J. Rose has effectively litigated a wide variety of matters such as breaches of contract, construction disputes, corporate governance contests, commercial affairs, defaults on financial instruments and secured transactions, insurance coverage issues, personal injury suits, recovery and repossession of chattel, and warranty actions.
The clients Doug has represented include corporate equity shareholders, businesses, aggrieved workers, unions, homebuilders, homeowners, landowners, construction companies, manufacturers, financial institutions, insurance companies, landlords, tenants, consumers, and injured persons. In addition to handling litigation in New York state and federal courts, Doug also is duly-licensed to litigate matters at the state and federal level in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. His years of business law and litigation experience make him a prime candidate for outside counsel positions for business entities faced with civil suits.
Doug also focuses a significant amount of his practice on real estate use and title litigation. He regularly handles issues such as landlord-tenant disputes, evictions, condemnation, eminent domain, land use disputes, commercial real estate, boundary disputes, property damage, and zoning. Doug’s knowledge of zoning and land use matters has earned him the chairmanship of the Town of Stockbridge, Massachusetts Municipal Planning Board, to which position he was first appointed in 2001.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Doug served in the U.S. Coast Guard. Deployed primarily on law enforcement patrol duties in the Caribbean, he achieved the rank of lieutenant (junior grade). Before joining Tully Rinckey PLLC, Doug worked as a senior commercial litigation associate for another Albany, N.Y., law firm. He has also been associated with law firms in New England cities such as Pittsfield, Lee, Adams, and North Adams, Massachusetts, and Providence and Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
Tully Rinckey PLLC, Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Ethics and Professionalism: 1 CLE Credit Hour


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1 comment:

  1. I think there is a better paradigm for exchanging value, i.e. money, for something. Once the parties have had the opportunity to advocate strongly for the business elements most critical to their needs, then the resulting contract should be clear, enforceable, and express the best converging interest of the parties to the transaction, while still protecting against unintended but possible breach.
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