Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Le Parker Meridien
New York, NY
This interactive program by McGuireWoods partner Tom Spahn focuses on what lawyers can and cannot do in states where they are not licensed to practice law. It covers in-house litigation and transactional lawyers, and focus on new trends in this important area.
- What is the effect of lawyers practicing in states where they are not licensed?
- How can a litigator appear in another state’s court?
- Can lawyers handle arbitrations and other non-court proceedings in states where they are not licensed?
- Can a lawyer not licensed in a state practice just before federal court there, or just practice “federal” law there?
- Are there risks in lawyers practicing “virtually” in another state?
- What can transactional lawyers do in states where they are not licensed?
- Do the same multijurisdictional rules apply to in-house lawyers as to outside lawyers?
- What can foreign lawyers do in the United States?