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An attorney who comes to the reasonable conclusion that her or his client suffers from diminished capacity and is no longer able to intelligently participate in decisions relating to the representation may understandably desire to take actions—such as initiating a conservatorship—that the attorney believes to be in the best interest of the client, but which are prohibited by the attorney’s ethical duties. What may a lawyer do?
Brandon N. Krueger
Mr. Krueger is a shareholder in Sall Spencer Callas & Krueger, A Law Corporation. Mr. Krueger’s practice has focused primarily on cases involving legal malpractice, breach of fiduciary duties and legal ethics for almost 10 years.
Mr. Krueger received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin Madison, and he graduated cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center. While in law school, Mr. Krueger worked with the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate. Mr. Krueger practiced employment law for two years in Wisconsin before moving to California, where he initially focused on business litigation at a boutique litigation firm in Century City. Since approximately 2005, Mr. Krueger has focused his practice on legal ethics and malpractice cases, both through his own firm, Krueger Law Offices, and with The Sall Law Firm, APC. He joined Sall Spencer Callas & Krueger as a shareholder in 2014.
Mr. Krueger has served as an fee arbitrator through the Orange County Bar Association’s Mandatory Fee Arbitration program. He has been a member of the Peter M. Elliot Inn of Court since 2010.
Mr. Krueger has served as lead or co-counsel in numerous complex professional negligence and legal ethics-related litigations, throughout the State of California. He is admitted to practice in all courts in California.