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Webinar: To Tell or Not to Tell: California’s New Attorney Misconduct Reporting Requirement
July 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Hour MCLE; 1 Legal Ethics
California Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 8.3 Reporting Professional Misconduct becomes effective August 1, 2023. Experienced ethics counsel will discuss the new rule, its scope, and what it means for attorneys practicing in California.
Non-Member Price: $75.00
Member Price: $55.00
Michael Aaron Sall
Suzanne Burke Spencer is the managing shareholder of Sall Spencer Callas & Krueger, a business litigation firm in Laguna Beach, California. She practices in the areas of professional malpractice and attorney ethics as well as complex business and real estate litigation, including legal malpractice, partnership and business disputes, real estate and foreclosure, derivative actions, unfair business practices, contract disputes, and attorney fee and lien disputes. Ms. Burke Spencer has authored or contributed to numerous articles relating to professional responsibility and attorney ethics. Ms. Burke Spencer has frequently lectured on attorney fees disputes, legal ethics and risk management in public and private seminars.
Ms. Burke Spencer was appointed to the California State Bar’s Committee on Professional Rules and Conduct (COPRAC) commencing October 2012, and served as Chair from 2016-17. She is also co-chair of the Orange County Bar Association’s Professionalism and Ethics Committee, a member of the OCBA Civility Task Force, and a member of the California Lawyers Association Ethics Committee and of the California Lawyers Association inaugural Ethics Committee. Ms. Burke Spencer is also a member of the Standing Committee on Discipline for the United Stated District Court, Central District of California.
Beth W. Mora of Mora Employment Law is dedicated to representing victimized employees. She is a passionate and accomplished advocate for those facing a wide range of employment law issues. Beth’s commitment to social justice and volunteerism is deeply rooted in her personal values. Due to her advocacy, Beth is often invited to speak, has published numerous articles as well as has been quoted in legal journals, including Bloomberg Law, Daily Journal, and Law 360 on issues impacting employees and the legal community. From the courthouse to the boardroom, Beth is a committed advocate for her clients and community.