Ethics Credits Included:
1.0 (GAL Incap: 1.5)
A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the October 2016 live seminar, 35th Annual Trusts and Estates.
GAL Continuing Credits: 1.5
Note: Your GAL certificate may be found at the front of your written materials.
Cosponsored with the Trusts and Estates Section of the Virginia State Bar
Supported by The Trust Company of Virginia
To whom do you as a lawyer owe duties? In some cases you may have more clients on a particular matter than you thought and in others you may have duties to persons who are not your clients. The recent case of Thorsen v. RSPCA addressed some of these issues when it held that a drafting lawyer of a will was liable to a will beneficiary for drafting errors. This presentation addresses both the ethical and liability issues of the duties of lawyers to third parties and persons whom the lawyer might not immediately identify as the lawyer’s clients.
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Frank A. Thomas III, Frank A. Thomas, III, PLC / Orange OUTLINE AUTHORS J. William Gray, Jr., Hunton & Williams LLP / Richmond Howard M. Zaritsky, Attorney at Law / Rapidan
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