--- ethics - fiscal responsibility
--- course production date: 2/4/2017
--- presented by JOHN A. SNOW

The Rules of Profession Conduct contain specific rules that govern the relationship of the attorney with the client. These rules are not necessarily intuitive, and it is the violation of these rules that commonly lead to client complaints against the attorney. Knowledge of the rules will improve client relationship, which improves the quality of the services provided by the attorney to the client.

This course will provide a general overview of the common rules that apply in every day practice and how they apply.

Key course points are:
• Improved Client Relationship.
• Improved Quality of the Services Provided by the Attorney.
• Understanding of the General Responsibilities Created by the Relationship.
• Understanding Confidentiality and its full Application.
• Issues with representing organizations.

--- presented by JOHN A. SNOW

John Snow's practice consists of general civil litigation, including general commercial, professional malpractice, construction and insurance coverage and defense. He has been designated in The Best Lawyers’ in America as Lawyer of the Year 2012 in the specialties of Litigation, Real Estate and Construction Law, and in 2015 in the area of Legal Malpractice - Defense.

Mr. Snow has also been designated for several years in The Best Lawyers in America in the specialties of Legal Malpractice Law, Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, and Litigation – Banking and Finance, Construction and Real Estate. He has also been designated in Utah Business magazine’s “Utah Legal Elite” in the specialties of Business and Civil litigation and Construction Law; and designated as a Super Lawyer in the Mountain States in Super Lawyer Magazine.

Mr. Snow is also ranked in Chambers USA, and is the Chair of the Utah Ethics Advisory Opinion Committee.