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The Brocker Law Firm, P.A.
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Professional and Occupational Licensing, Ethics and Disciplinary Defense Attorneys/Expert Witness Testimony
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New Blog Post: "Lawyers in Transition: Time to Think About What's Next?" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/10/lawyers-in-transition-time-to-think-about-whats-next/
The Brocker Law Firm - Last week, I had the pleasure of sitting down and chatting with Tom Lenfestey, Managing Member of The Law Practice Exchange, LLC.  What I found out from Tom is that he and his staff offer a much needed service to lawyers, law firms, and other professionals throughout the state of North ...

New Blog Post: "Can You Call Yourself "an Expert"?" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/10/can-you-call-yourself-an-expert/
The Brocker Law Firm - Every so often, I get the question, can an attorney can hold himself or herself out as an “expert” in an area of practice or as having “expertise” in a particular area? Most attorneys know that they can’t hold themselves out as “specialists” or as &#...

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New Blog Post: "" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/testimonials/2535/
The Brocker Law Firm - Crystal,
I can’t thank you enough for all of your assistance with my petition to have the Board of Law Examiners unseal my Bar Exam results.  I’m grateful not only for your efficient and valuable advice with respect to my documentation, but also for your comforting support throughout this diff...

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New Blog Post: "Am I Required to Self Report?" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/09/am-i-required-to-self-report/
The Brocker Law Firm - We get this question a lot.  Do I have a duty to self report this conduct to the Bar?  Unless we’re talking about the trust account, which we’ve discussed in other blogs, there is generally no self-reporting duty in the Rules of Professional Conduct.  If you goof, make a bone-headed d...

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New Blog Post: "Are You Encrypting?" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/08/are-you-encrypting/
The Brocker Law Firm - Do you send e-mail or other electronic messages that contain or attach sensitive data or information of a client, patient or other third party, such as:

Any type of health or medical records?
Bank records, account numbers or other financial information?
Tax returns or tax-related...

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New Blog Post: "Who Are Ya Gonna Call?" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/07/who-are-ya-gonna-call/
The Brocker Law Firm - Suppose you have a legal or procedural issue you don’t quite know how to tackle?  Suppose you’re wondering whether you have a conflict of interest?  What if you want to know more about a judge that you’ve never tried a case before?  Who are you going to call?  If you’re in...

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New Blog Post: "Keep an Eye Out for Changing Trust Accounting Requirements" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/07/keep-an-eye-out-for-changing-trust-accounting-requirements/
The Brocker Law Firm - Over the last several years, the State Bar has made a concerted effort to step up enforcement concerning supervision of trust accounts, so it is a good idea to stay informed of changes to the trust accounting rules. The State Bar has recently proposed amendments to the trust accounting rules...

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New Blog Post: "Disciplinary Matter? You May Be Covered" at http://brockerlawfirm.com/2015/07/disciplinary-matter-you-may-be-covered/
The Brocker Law Firm - As a busy professional with limited time, one of the last things you want to receive is an official letter from your licensing board or agency about a complaint that has been filed against you.  To make matters worse, hiring experienced counsel to represent you in such a matter may be important ...

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