Mark Fucile writes about the procedural and the substantive elements of disqualification as applied in Washington’s state and federal courts.
Accurate timekeeping and billing play equally critical roles in law firm risk management.
Mark Fucile writes about three important facets of settlement ethics.
The duty to report professional misconduct is not new. In this column, we’ll look at two aspects of the duty to report professional misconduct under Washington’s RPC 8.3.
While not a heavily litigated rule in either a regulatory or civil context, RPC 1.13 provides important guidance for Washington lawyers representing entities.
Examining conflicts that can arise when representing clients whose interests may not remain aligned.
One of the most profound impacts of the pandemic on the legal profession has been on the way lawyers and their law firms work.
The recent amendments are painted against the backdrop of a legal economy where lawyers in private practice face unrelenting pressure to market.
The rule, which is titled “Client with Diminished Capacity,” is a seldom-litigated rule.
Mark J. Fucile offers practical approaches to documenting fee agreements and modifications