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Failure to Keep Up with Technology Could Lead to Ethics Violation

Technology is rapidly changing the manner in which businesses operate. This is equally true for professionals, who must incorporate and adapt to technological advances in order to thrive in a competitive marketplace. However, keeping up to date with technology is not merely a matter of protecting the bottom line. Professionals who fail to stay on the cutting edge could violate ethics rules and jeopardize their client’s interests.

Don’t Wait Until Trial Is Over to Raise Objection As to Court’s Jurisdiction, Says California Court

Kim v. Konad USA Distribution, No. G048443 (June 12, 2014): In a recent decision, the California Court of Appeal held that an employer that waited until a trial ended to raise an objection about exhausting administrative remedies had waived its right to make the objection. The court held that the employer’s objection—that the employee failed to show that she had exhausted her administrative remedies under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)—was untimely since a full trial on the merits of the case had already taken place.
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