The prevalence of technology and the sophistication of clients have caused many lawyers to have multi-jurisdictional practices, sometimes without realizing it. In litigation, clients may have actions filed against them in another state, and you might conduct discovery or pre-trial investigations across state lines. In transactional practice, you often must advise clients on the laws of another state, negotiate with clients across state lines, or effectuate a deal in another state. In a real and substantial sense, every attorney with a website and email has a “virtual” presence across state lines and thus, at least potentially, a multi-jurisdictional practice. All of these activities and others give rise to complex ethical issues, including whether multi-jurisdictional practice is permissible and, if so, which rules apply. This program provides you with a real-world guide to how ethics rules apply when attorneys practice across state lines.