When Lawyers Need Lawyering
There are times you should keep your own counsel. The time when your law practice is on the line is not one of them.
The members of Moye White’s Law Practice Professionals Group understand the business of law and have the litigation experience and practical know-how to handle virtually any problem the practice of law can throw at you: client disputes, attorney defections, grievance complaints, disqualification battles, conflicts of interest claims, and the ethics challenges all lawyers face. We’ve seen it all, and done it all, for over 30 years.
Members of our Law Practice Professionals Group regularly represent lawyers facing claims of ethical violations before the Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel and have tried cases before the Presiding Disciplinary Judge. We’ve helped lawyers, and those who want to become lawyers, overcome bar admissions challenges.
We also provide "beginning-to-end" business counselling for law firms – from law firm formation and structuring, operation and management advice, and attorney compensation structuring, to equitable dissociation and dissolution. For the day-to-day challenges that face every lawyer, we’re the outside ethics counsel other lawyers keep on speed-dial.
New technologies have created new risks for lawyers. Moye White has been, and continues to be, at the forefront of understanding how technology impacts the practice of law. We help clients meet the challenge of data privacy compliance, intellectual property protection, malpractice standards, and other issues driven by technology.
- Bar admission
- Law firm formation
- Law firm mergers and acquisitions
- Attorney employment agreements
- Partnership disputes
- Conflicts of interest
- Attorney-client privilege issues
- Professional responsibility and legal ethics
- Grievance defense
- Malpractice defense
- Fee disputes
- Contingency fee recovery
- Ethical legal advertising
- Cybersecurity and data protection
- Risk management assessment
- Disqualification contests
- Lawyer mobility
- Dissociation from firm
- Sale of law practice
- Attorney office sharing arrangements