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The Law of NewLaw 2019
Mark L. Tuft, Lucian T. Pera
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Part 1200, Rules of Professional Conduct for Rules 1.5, 1.15, 5.1, 5.5, 5.7, 7.1–7.3, and 8.5, operative on August 15, 2019 (full text)
Chapter 2. Legal Market Landscape Report (July 2018)
Chapter 3. U.S. Courts v. 50 States—New MJP Issues (May 2007)
Chapter 4. Ball of Confusion: Practicing Law from Your Second Home in Another State, New York Legal Ethics Reporter (April 18, 2017)
Chapter 5. Building the 50-State Law Firm (Substantive Outline)
Chapter 6. Trust Accounting in the NewLaw Era (Substantive Outline)
Chapter 7. Dominique Snyder, California Rules: New Rules of Professional Conduct Reflect California’s Robust Body of Common Law, Los Angeles Lawyer (July/August 2019)
Chapter 8. Relevant Articles
Chapter 9. Alternative Business Structures Law Firms
Chapter 10. Paving the Future for Access, The State Bar of California
Chapter 11. Options for Regulatory Reforms to Promote Access to Justice, The State Bar of California
Chapter 12. Administrative/Business Services for Outsourcing to Servicing
Chapter 13. Possible Research Issues Not Intended as Legal Advice
Chapter 14. Friendly PC Structure Documentation
Chapter 15. The “Two-Company” Solution: A Viable Business Model?
Chapter 16. Service Entity Agreement Provisions to Comply with RPC
Chapter 17. Service Entity Structure
Chapter 18. Law Firm, Marketing and Servicing Entities Structure
Chapter 19. Professional Responsibility and the Activities of Non-Lawyers: Unauthorized Practice of Law by Non-Lawyers and Supervision of Nonlawyers
Chapter 20. Summary (Substantive Outline)
Chapter 21. Substantive Outline with Links
Chapter 22. Marketing/Advertising—Pricing Cost, Competition v Revenue Sharing
Chapter 23. Mark Usellis, Chief Strategy Officer, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, Seattle, Long-Term Relationships: A Sales and Marketing Approach That Doesn’t Push the Ethical Envelope (September 23, 2019)
Chapter 24. Steven G. Brody and Bruce E.H. Johnson, Ch. 14: Regulation of Advertising Content, Practising Law Institute, Advertising and Commercial Speech (2nd Edition) (April 2019)( Excerpt: Section 14.34.1)
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