|The Ethics of Legal Outsourcing|
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT
While the ABA endorses legal outsourcing, few outsourcing providers fully explain the ethical implications of the ABA's decision. And few customers know where to get answers.
As outsourcing providers perform more and more services traditionally done by law firms, they may infringe on the practice of law, sometimes advocating and counseling just like lawyers.
Make sense of what ethical obligations apply to legal outsourcing. Join Robert Unterberger, Esq., Aptara's Director of Legal Solutions and recognized legal outsourcing pioneer, as he details the ins-and-outs of legal outsourcing ethics, including:
* Unauthorized Practice of Law
* Substantive vs. Administrative Work
* Real and Perceived Concerns
* Client Confidentiality
* Master-Servant Supervision
* Conflicts of Interest
* Competence to Perform Service
* Malpractice Coverage
* Security Systems
* Billing Issues