SBM to Present "Tips and Tools" for a Successful Practice Seminar on Tuesday, May 5, in Lansing
Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Time: 9:00 a.m.–4:50 p.m.
Location: State Bar of Michigan, Lansing
Register online or by mail/fax form before May 1
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The semi-annual seminar features presentations on how to maintain mutually beneficial client relationships, draft effective fee agreements, manage lawyer trust accounts, analyze ethical issues, and use innovative techniques, resources and technology for law office management. The seminar presents an excellent opportunity for solo practitioners and new lawyers to obtain practical information from colleagues who have effectively implemented law office management techniques and utilized economically-priced technology to improve the quality and efficiency of their law practices.
Registration costs $100 for lawyers who have been in practice for less than five years, and $125 for those who have practiced law for five years or more. The registration fee includes seminar materials, a continental breakfast and buffet lunch. You must register and make your payment prior to Friday, May 1.
For more information contact Karen Spohn with the Professional Standards Division at (517) 346-6309 or email@example.com.
Rule 1.15A, Trust Account Overdraft Notification (TAON), took effect Sept. 15, 2010
Lawyers with Trust Accounts are Impacted
Rule 1.15A of the Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct, also known as the Trust account Notification (TAON) Rule, took effect on September 15, 2010. To review Rule 1.15A in its entirety, visit MRPC 1.15A PDF. To review a TAON quick reference guide which summarizes the ethical obligations of lawyers, visit Lawyer TAON Quick Reference Guide PDF.
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