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Multijurisdictional Practice: Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law
Zach McGee | Lawdition

How well do you know the rules that govern your ability to perform legal services in a state where you are not licensed or the sanctions for violating them? This course gives you the guidance you need to avoid engaging in the unauthorized...

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Five Ethical Traps for In-House Counsel Defending Class Actions and How to Avoid Them
J. Warren Rissier | Morgan Lewis

Can your company offer customers a discount on future purchases in exchange for a waiver of claims after a class has been certified? Can you ethically obtain declarations from putative class members to help oppose class certification? This course...

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In-House and in Compliance: Key Ethics Issues for In-House Lawyers
Robert J. Malionek | Latham & Watkins

Does this internal company document contain legal advice protected by the attorney-client privilege or merely business advice that is not protected? If the document is privileged, what do I need to do to protect that privilege from being waived?...

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From In-House to the Bench: How to Behave (Ethically) in Front of Your Judge
Hon. Gary D. Roberts | Lawdition

What does a judge who spent most of his career as an in-house lawyer want in-house lawyers who manage litigation to know? In this course, Judge Roberts shares the key insights he wished he had when he was an in-house lawyer to ensure that you...

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Serving Multiple Masters: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
David G. Keyko | Pillsbury

As an in-house lawyer at a company with subsidiaries, how well do you know the legal ethics rules that apply to conflict of interests that can arise between entities within the corporate family? When can you safely share privileged information...

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Managing Privilege When Faced With Allegations of Willful Patent Infringement
Cameron W. Westin | O'Melveny & Myers

As the recipient of a letter that a patent you've never heard of "may be of interest to your company," what steps do you as in-house counsel need to take to ensure a proper response? It turns out that you must act quickly and thoughtfully to...

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