May 17, 2018
Taylor Porter Partner Mike Walsh presented, "Responding to an ODC Complaint in a Family Court Matter," at the Baton Rouge Bar Association Family Law Section Meeting and CLE, held May 17 at Juban's Restaurant. The seminar topic was, "Social Security, Mental Health, Professionalism & Ethics," and included four hours of CLE credit on professionalism and ethics for Baton Rouge attorneys.
Walsh serves as a Partner and Executive Committee Member at Taylor Porter, and he has 35 years of experience representing clients in varied practice areas including complex criminal and civil litigation, public corruption, antitrust, healthcare, False Claims Act, Lacey Act, environmental matters, alcoholic beverage licensing and enforcement issues, and family law.
Walsh formerly chaired the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board and currently represents lawyers, law firms, and judges in disciplinary proceedings, malpractice matters, professional liability claims and ethics violations, and he is a frequent lecturer on ethics, professionalism, and litigation skills, instructing prosecutors, defenders and federal investigators on professional liability and ethics, both internationally (Austria, Canada), and nationally (Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Florida, and California).