Upholding the Highest Standards of the Profession in All Things Big and Small
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Learn what to do with adverse evidence and how to handle those who would offer false evidence.
Work through commonplace scenarios that may lead to unintentional breaks in professionalism.
Upholding the Rule of Law
Communicating With the Courts
Avoiding and Correcting False Statements: Common Examples
Disclosing All Adverse Evidence
Preventing Offers of False Evidence
Communicating With Other Lawyers and Third Parties: Ensuring Respect and Civility
Pro Bono Representation and Other Public Service: Where and How to Get Involved
Jason Bruno is an attorney with the law firm of Sherrets Bruno & Vogt LLC. He is an experienced multi-jurisdictional trial and appellate attorney with an office in Scottsdale focusing on business litigation, real estate litigation, construction litigation, personal injury, legal malpractice and eminent domain. Mr. Bruno regularly fights for the rights of individuals, small business owners, and condemnees against insurance companies, banks, and the government. He has successfully represented two clients against the United States of America. Mr. Bruno has assisted clients in obtaining fair value for private property taken through eminent domain including from the City of Dallas, Texas; the City of Omaha, Nebraska; Douglas County, Nebraska; Sarpy County, Nebraska; the University of Nebraska Board of Regents; the City of Blair, Nebraska; the Metropolitan Utilities District; and the State of Nebraska. He earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, at Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, Florida, and his J.D. degree, cum laude, at Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska.
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