California State Bar Defense
As a California attorney, you have a statutory duty to cooperate in the State Bar's proceedings (Bus. & Prof. Code section 6068(i)), but you also have a right to have an attorney at any stage of the discipline process (Bus. & Prof. Code section 6085). Anthony is one of a very small handful of attorneys who not only worked for the California State Bar, but also who now represent attorneys for all matters concerning the State Bar. Read More
Legal Ethics Consultations and Advice
Benjamin Franklin is credited in saying “by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”. This quote cannot be truer in regards to your law practice.
As your legal ethics attorneys, an ongoing and ever important service we provide is counseling you when faced with a question of ethics. We give our legal opinion outlining our professional view of your circumstances and provide the steps to take to ensure your compliance with California ethics rules and laws.
Not all situations require a formal opinion from our office, however we are always willing to provide tailored counseling based on our experience and knowledge of both the California Rules of Professional Conduct and the State Bar Act.
When you have questions about ethical issues concerning your legal practice, call us.
The State Bar Court and your Trial
TRIALS AND APPEALS
The State Bar is completely different from what attorneys are used to in the criminal or civil setting. It is even vastly different from any other administrative court process as well. The State Bar has its own unique rules, court process and court system.