Nicole Black, in LexBlog, discusses the Florida Bar Standing Committee’s Advisory Opinion 2019-4.
The issue that the Committee considered in Advisory Opinion 2019-4 was whether it is ethically permissible for lawyers to practice law remotely from their homes in Florida in situations where the lawyers are unlicensed in Florida and employed by firms located in other states, but have temporarily moved to Florida during the pandemic and are working on matters unrelated to Florida laws.
To see the full article, click: Florida Bar on the Ethics of Working Remotely During the Pandemic.
To download the full opinion, click Advisory Opinion 2019-4 (August 17, 2020).
Posted by Elise Kim, Managing Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.