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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