The Panel Focused on the Ethics of Working Remotely
(Denver, Colo., July 17, 2020) – Moye White LLP is pleased to announce partner Lucas T. Ritchie virtually presented on the potential ethical violations of remote work during a recent Colorado Bar Association webinar.
The panel reviewed ethical concerns – such as protecting client confidences, supervising employees and staff members – that remote working brings to the forefront and discussed practical steps that can be taken to comply with the ethics of remote working.
Ricthie was joined on the panel by Margaret Brown Funk, Chief Deputy Regulation Counsel of the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, and Gerald Pratt, a well-known solo practitioner who owns his own practice. Funk oversees operations for the Office of Attorney Admissions, Office of Attorney Registration, Office of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education, and the intake and trial divisions in the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel. Pratt has served on the Ethics Committee of the Colorado Bar Association since 1984.
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