How to Avoid Ethics Complaints in Georgia

Ethics complaints (grievances in the vernacular of the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct) are at best time consuming and stressful, and at worst can result in a reprimand, suspension or disbarment, permanently part of your publically accessible record.  Nobody wants that, but is it avoidable?  Yes.  Most lawyers go their entire careers without a grievance.  … Continue reading How to Avoid Ethics Complaints in Georgia

Want to see us live? Bill & Natalie at State Bar’s Midyear Meeting CLE

Come join us on February 5th, at the State Bar's Midyear Meeting.  Here are the CLE details and you can register on site! TECHNOLOGY IN PRACTICE: AVOIDING ETHICAL LANDMINES AND MAXIMIZING TODAY’S TECHNOLOGY SKILLS AND TOOLS 9 A.M. – 12 P.M. | 3 CLE hours Lawyers have realized they have to understand how to use … Continue reading Want to see us live? Bill & Natalie at State Bar’s Midyear Meeting CLE

Meet Bill Cobb, Georgia Practice Advisor’s New Co-Author

Bill is an Assistant General Counsel at the State Bar.  He graduated from Duke University in 1970 with a B.A. in Zoology, and earned his law degree from Emory University in 1973.  At the Office of the General Counsel, he screens and prosecutes ethics complaints, is part of the Ethics Hot-Line service rotation (404-527-8741), and … Continue reading Meet Bill Cobb, Georgia Practice Advisor’s New Co-Author