“Damn near never…”

I mentioned back near the end of July 2015 that I would be participating on a panel at the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers’ Annual Meeting in Chicago.  It is always an honor to get to speak at an APRL meeting, and it was particularly an honor to share the stage with Eliza Rodrigues of Sedgwick, Gabe Miller of Advocates United, and Charles Mokriski of Proskauer Rose.

Fortunately, if you are interested in reading a pretty extensive write-up of some of the ground we covered during our session exploring the role of internal ethics counsel in law firms, the ABA/BNA Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct has it and it is available without subscription here.

With such turns of phrase by me as a “messed up” rule and “Damn near never…” I managed to sound a lot more Southern then I tend to think I am . . . so lesson learned.

We never did manage to get into much of a discussion of the varying, and seemingly contradictory, approaches courts across the nation are taking to disqualification motions involving advance waiver language and other waiver issues.

C’est la vie.  Y’all.

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