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Episode 52 – Rule 1.15 Liens and Other Interests in Personal Injury Cases Pt. 2 This week, Mike is finishing his discussion with Lincoln Woodard, principal in the firm Walsh Woodard LLC, about Rule 1.15 liens and other interests in personal injury cases. They cover Rule 1.15 and the commentary before covering 5 examples t…
 
Episode 51 – Rule 1.15 Liens and Other Interests in Personal Injury Cases This week, Mike is talking with Lincoln Woodard, principal in the firm Walsh Woodard LLC, about Rule 1.15 liens and other interests in personal injury cases. They cover Rule 1.15 and the commentary before covering 5 examples that you may come across…
 
Episode 31 – What Are Incubator Programs (and Who Are They For)?In this week’s episode, Mike talks with attorneys Alicia Kinsmanof The Justice Legal Center at The Center for Family Justice, Inc. and EvaJacobson of the Connecticut Community Law Center. Attorneys Kinsman andJacobson describe their path to the incubator prog…
 
Episode 16 – Personal Identifying Information, Using Pseudonyms, Lodging and SealingAttorney Robert Wilock, Chief Clerk for the Fairfield Judicial District, discusses limitations on the use of personal identifying information in court, the proper use of anonymous complaints using pseudonyms and the processes to lodge …
 
This is part two of a two-part episode about Client's Funds Accounts. If you missed part one of the episode, please go back and check out episode 5. In part two, Attorney Mickelson-Dera discusses the overdraft and random trust account processes and what to do if you’re audited. Random Trust Accounts, Practice Book Section 2-27(e),
 
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