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Live Webinar
Live Webinar
May
7
Friday
1:00PM - 2:00PM EDT
  • Description

    Representation of clients who commit DUI’s as well as other vehicular and criminal offenses can pose a variety of ethical dilemmas for representing counsel. More often than not, these issues arise as a result of conflict between the client’s needs, the license to practice, the prosecutor and the court’s obligation to maintain a truth-seeking process.

    This CLE course will explain these issues and offer first-hand knowledge in balancing conflicting interests while remaining focused on success. The course will offer tips and strategies for dealing with ethical dilemmas and avoiding pitfalls that can damage your cases and your career.

  • Live Webinar Dates

    This course will be presented as a Live Webinar on the following date(s):

  • Instructor Bio

    Matthew Simone

    Matthew J. Simone is an associate at the law firm of Gerstenzang, Sills, Cohn & Gerstenzang. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Binghamton University in 2010 and graduated from Albany Law School in 2013.

    During Matthew’s tenure at Binghamton University, he majored in financial management, was a Division 1 Scholarship Athlete and captain of the baseball team in his senior year. In law school, Matthew interned at the Schenectady County Public Defender’s Office and the Albany County District Attorney’s Office.

    Prior to joining the firm, Matthew was an associate attorney at a local firm where he practiced in the areas of DWI defense, criminal and civil litigation, personal injury and vehicle & traffic matters. He was admitted to practice law in New York in January of 2014, and was admitted to practice in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York in June of 2015.

    Mr. Simone’s practice is focused on DWI defense, criminal and civil litigation, personal injury and vehicle & traffic matters.

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