Conflict Check

This article will show you how to conduct conflict checks for Attorney Referrals.

The first step in the Attorney Referrals process is to conduct a conflict check.

How to conduct a conflict check

  1. When a case has been referred to you, you will receive an email with a link to conduct a conflict check. You can click the link in the email or go to the Attorney Referrals page and select the potential client's name.

  2. The following information will be shown to conduct the conflict check:

    • County of the matter

    • Practice area (i.e., Consumer Law, Family Law)

    • Potential client's full name and address

    • Opposing party's full name, company name, and address

  3. Click the "Conflict Check" button and select an option and click "Save".

  4. If you have a conflict of interest, there is nothing further you need to do.

  5. If you don't have a conflict of interest, you will be given read only access to the potential client's Passport to read about their case.

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