In-House Counsel and the Attorney-Client Privilege: Adhering to the Lawyer's Creed and Aspirational Ideals While Wearing "Two Hats" (Ulmer & Berne LLP CLE)


In House Counsel and the AC Privilege-- Adhering to the Lawyer's Creed and Aspirational Ideals While Wearing "Two Hats"

An Ohio Approved Professionalism CLE Covering the following topics:

Your Two Clients: Distinguishing Your Legal Clients From Your Business Clients To Ensure Fully Informed Decision Making

Defining The Legal Client Relationship: Communicating Promptly and Clearly With Your Two Clients To Ensure They Understand the Nature of Your Legal Representation and/or Business Relationships

Complying with the Obligations of Confidentiality While Avoiding Conflicting Loyalties

Explaining The Attorney-Client Privilege to Your Two Clients: Determining Where the Business Client Ends (No Privilege) and The Legal Client Begins (Privilege)

The Attorney-Client Privilege in the Employment Environment

The Attorney-Client Privilege and Internal Investigations

Attorney-Client Privilege Considerations Under ERISA

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Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Professional Practice Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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