Emphasizing professionalism is one of Florida Bar President Michael B. Tanner’s core initiatives. The confluence of the an increasing workload, the unique stresses brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the ever expanding nature of social media have also created new challenges for attorneys. And the Florida Supreme Court has signaled its willingness to impose stronger sanctions and disciplinary measures for attorney conduct that threatens the reputation of the profession.
Discussed will be the new 3002 rules, and the cause the Debtor Bar to have more diligent in filing certain Motions that already exist. How will it play into In re Dukes and the other cases around the country that are putting a Debtor’s discharge at jeopardy. How will these changes affect CH 13 practitioners and how they can transition to the post – Cares Act era.