Category Archives: Lawyer sharing fees with non-lawyers

Utah Supreme Court approves pilot program to permit non-traditional legal services, including non-lawyer firm ownership

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert, which will discuss the unanimous Utah Supreme Court approval of a pilot program to permit non-traditional legal services, including non-lawyer firm ownership.  The report of the Utah Work Group on Regulatory Reform … Continue reading

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Indiana ethics opinion finds that AVVO Advisor services may violate referral, fee splitting, and advertising rules

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss recent (April 2018) Indiana Ethics Opinion 1-18 which found that AVVO’s client referral services may violate Indiana Bar rules related to fee sharing with a non-lawyer, improper referral fees … Continue reading

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New York State Bar Association Opinion says that NY lawyers are prohibited from working for out of state law firms owned by non-lawyers

Hello welcome to this JACPA Ethics Alert and blog which will discuss the very recent New York State Bar Association Opinion which states that a lawyer who primarily practices in New York cannot be an employee of an out-of-state or … Continue reading

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