Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XIV, Don’t engage in misleading advertising

May 11, 2011

As someone who has an expansive web site and blog devoted, in part, to marketing my family law practice, I am highly interested in Supreme

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XVIII, Don’t Cut Corners on the Notary Rules

December 11, 2010

It’s pretty hard to be a litigator in South Carolina without also being a notary.  There’s affidavits and other documents that are required to be

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XVII, Anything Can Lead to Discipline but the Supreme Court is Not Your Adversary

June 14, 2010

This is the final ethics lesson I wish to impart to my mentees, though I intend to add to this series in the future as

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XVI, Not Reporting Substantial Misconduct

June 14, 2010

Thomas McDow made the excellent suggestion that I do a column on the Rule 8.3 duty to report professional misconduct.  It was a failure on

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XV, Using Purloined Evidence

June 13, 2010

Had I been a member of the South Carolina Supreme Court in June 2008, I would have voted for In Re Wood, 378 S.C. 632, 663

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XIV, Don’t Steal From Your Trust Account

June 12, 2010

How much money is in your trust account?  Would you sell your law license for it? Theft of client or third-party funds from one’s trust

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XIII, Keep Track of Your Trust Account

June 12, 2010

Every South Carolina  attorney or law firm that will be handling client or third-party funds is required to have a an IOLTA account (Interest on

Ethics Opinions Every South Carolina Attorney Should Know: Part XII, Letting Your Paralegal Practice Law

June 11, 2010

It took mere months of legal practice for me to determine that the time I spent managing a paralegal was taking away from time I

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