Taking Your Practice to New Jurisdictions

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Course Description

This program was recorded on November 12th, 2018

Expanding the reach of your firm beyond your home jurisdiction can add great value to your client base and bottom line.  Depending on where you are licensed, you may have reciprocity with other states to be a practicing licensed attorney.  With the case management software and paperless offices, you can manage your offices from anywhere with internet. This course is designed to provide a foundation for those interested in expanding their practice's footprint to other jurisdictions and highlight the potential pitfall areas that can delay or stop your expansion. Speaker Anthony Modarelli has laid the groundwork for the multi-jurisdictional practice, including firm infrastructure and handling jurisdiction specific requirements for opening a firm, and will share his adversities and successes that he encountered.  



  • Anthony Modarelli
    Anthony C. Modarelli III, licensed to practice law in California and Nevada, is a trial attorney with the firm, litigating personal injury and business matters in both states. Prior to joining the firm, Anthony co-founded and managed his own law firm with offices in Sacramento, Orange County, and Las Vegas. In 2018, Anthony joined DiMarco | Araujo | Montevideo, helping to continue the growth of the firm’s reputation for success in California and now, Nevada.

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. Ways to Litigate in Other Jurisdictions
      1. By Motion/Reciprocity
      2. Admission
      3. Pro Hac Vice
    2. Reasons For Opening Another Office in a Different State Jurisdiction
    3. Understanding State Specific Operation of Law Firm
      1. Advertising
      2. Ethical Considerations
      3. Virtual Law Offices
      4. Service of Process
    4. Building a Multijurisdictional Practice
      1. Having a Paperless Office
      2. Case Management Software
      3. Phone Accessibility
      4. Office Policies and Procedures for Mail and File Management
      5. Calendaring
      6. Employment Considerations
      7. Malpractice Insurance
      8. Helpful Technology
      9. Electronic Signing of Documents
      10. Filing of Documents with the Court
      11. Trust Account

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