Andrew Ackley and Paul Stritmatter on Ethics in Post-Recovery Representation

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Congratulations. You got the recovery your client always wanted. But your job is not over. You have three responsibilities left. First, you must deal with subrogation to maximize your client’s net recovery. Second, you need to decide how to safeguard your client’s funds while in your possession. Third, you need to point your client in the right direction to protect these funds and make the most out of the recovery. This CLE addresses important points of ethics in these three areas.

Presenters
Mr Andrew N. Ackley
Andrew Ackley is a member of Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore in Seattle. His practice focuses on wrongful death, products and premises liability, and recreational activities. Recently, Andrew was second-chair counsel for 43 plaintiffs in the...More
Paul L. Stritmatter
Few attorneys can engage an audience of 12 with the energy and compassion of Paul Stritmatter. He enjoys presenting to juries and winning justice for his plaintiff clients against major auto makers, state and local governments, product manufactures,...More

Originally Published

October 24, 2019


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  • Andrew Ackley and Paul Stritmatter on Ethics in Post-Recovery Representation
  • Andrew Ackley and Paul Stritmatter on Ethics in Post-Recovery Representation - Slide Deck
  • Andrew Ackley and Paul Stritmatter on Ethics in Post-Recovery Representation - Paper

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