Selected Ethical Issues For In-House Counsel

Credit Hours

CA0.75(Includes 0.75 Ethics)
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Course Description

Keep up with current ethical issues involving in-house attorneys with this two part program. Part 1, titled Privilege & In-House Counsel explores the erosion of the in-house attorney-client privilege with globalization. James Miller discusses the Akeros case decided by the European Court of Justice looks at its ramifications on how domestic in-house counsel must treat privileged communications with business partners overseas. Part 2, titled Avoiding Traps In Internal Investigations takes a close look at in-house counsel's duty to investigate and report when the attorney knows or suspects its employer is engaged in a violation of the law.

This program was produced in conjunction with the Network Of Trial Law Firms.

Length: 38min

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