AUBURN — Attorney Bryan Dench of the law firm of Skelton Taintor & Abbott, 95 Main St., presented a continuing legal education seminar to the Bermuda Bar Association in Hamilton, Bermuda, on March 25.

The subject was “Conflict of Interest Issues that arise when one client acquires another — The Corporate Affiliate Conflict.” The seminar was an official presentation of the Bermuda Bar Association Continued Legal Education Committee given in partial fulfillment of the requirements of Bermuda law for attorneys.

Dench was a member of the original Grievance Commission appointed by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to review and decide legal ethics complaints against Maine lawyers, serving from 1979 to 1990. He has also served on other ethics regulatory and advisory boards. He has written and spoken extensively on the subject of legal ethics. He has testified as an expert witness on legal ethics matters, including testimony before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

He has practiced with Skelton Taintor & Abbott since 1975 and is chairman of its board of directors. Skelton, Taintor & Abbott is a full service law firm with offices in Auburn and Falmouth.

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