John Naylor to Reveal Traps for Unauthorized Practice of Law During CLE Luncheon on July 15

The presentation will offer 1.0 Ethics CLE Credit to CCBA members only. Pricing of the event and the CLE is included with the 2021 CCBA membership.

On Thursday, July 15, 2021, commercial litigator John Naylor will make a special presentation for the continuing education of Nevada lawyers during the Clark County Bar Luncheon sponsored by Bank of NevadaDillon HealthProminence Health Plan.

John is a founding partner at Naylor & Braster, a commercial litigation firm in Las Vegas, Nevada. John has been licensed for 30 years. He practices in the areas of commercial litigation, appellate work and construction law. John will present “The Unauthorized Practice of Law – A Trap for the Unwary” and plans to cover ethical concerns for Nevada lawyers, including:

  • I can’t define it, but I know it when I see it
  • What can my paralegal/intake specialist/case coordinator do without violating the rules?
  • I’m licensed and can still be tagged with the unauthorized practice of law? What’s up with that?
  • Special COVID-19 Concerns – ABA Formal Opinion 495 to the rescue!
  • Who enforces these rules?
  • Appearances count!
  • Pro hac vice and multijurisdictional practice – an overview
  • Can I be sued for the unauthorized practice of law?
  • Do I have a duty to report?

The presentation will offer 1.0 Ethics CLE Credits to CCBA members only. Pricing of the event and the CLE credit are included with the 2021 CCBA membership.

This event is for CCBA members only.

RSVP by 7/14/2021:

Questions are welcome; however, there is no guarantee the question will be addressed before, during, or after this event.

About this article

This article was originally published in the “Law Practice Management” issue of Communiqué, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association, (June/July 2021). See https://clarkcountybar.org/about/member-benefits/communique-2021/communique-june-july-2021/.

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