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(*Discontinued)2011 Obstreperosity-Is it Accurately Described

DVD 3.0 CLE Ethics Hours

2011 Obstreperosity -  Is it Accurately Described as a Lawyer Problem?  Is it Getting Worse?  What's a Lawyer to Do?

 This CLE, based on a wide range of legal and non-legal sources, explores the range of obstreperous behavior - and attendant reactions - by lawyers, judges and others. Participants will draw their own conclusions about the first two questions posed.  As to the third - what's a lawyer to do? - the session will offer rule-based and practical solution possibilities.  Participants will be invited to share their own horror stories.  The original ideas for this session were first published as "Obstreperosity," in 33 Litigation, no. 1, Fall, 1966.  The conduct, by lawyers and others, has, nonetheless, continued.

Speaker: John M. Myers, Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads

The KBA allows attorneys to earn up to 6.0 hours of CLE credit per year by viewing accredited video tapes.

To request delivery or pick-up, or to arrange for additional participants at one viewing, please contact the CLE Department at 583-5314

Cost is $120/LBA Members; $240/non-members

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