As plaintiffs’ employment lawyers, we face many ethics questions and challenges in our practices. Our fee agreements need to balance the tension between serving client needs and getting ourselves paid. Some of our clients face mental health or other challenges that require our accommodations as well as (ethical) creativity. Potential conflicts lurk in multiple-plaintiff cases. And we need robust office systems so nothing slips through the cracks. Members of the NELA’s highly active and experienced Ethics & Sanctions Committee will share practical and strategic advice on some key trouble areas that will help keep your employment practice ethical and successful.