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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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Staying Off the Front Page: Five Lessons Learned from White-Collar Investigations
Marc H. Axelbaum | Pillsbury

There are few things senior executives fear more than criminal prosecution, and that's with good reason because being prosecuted can ruin lives, reputations, finances -- both corporate and personal -- marriages, and families. This course...

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#MeToo: What It Means For You, Too
Susannah Howard / Adam Karr | O'Melveny & Myers

The political and cultural climate surrounding workplace sexual harassment is evolving faster than many companies can address or adapt to on their own. Recent public campaigns against sexual harassment and assault (e.g., #MeToo, Time’s Up)...

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Ancient Viruses to Modern Treatment: Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession
Houman Ehsan | O'Melveny & Myers

Is an ancient virus the reason humans are susceptible to substance use disorders? How has modern medicine changed the way we treat substance use disorders? If I know a colleague who has a problem with alcohol or drugs, what can I do to help? ...

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Implicit Bias: Unconscious Thoughts, Conscious Impact
Jean F. Kuei | Pillsbury

We all have implicit biases, and these biases pose a challenge to our efforts to improve diversity and eliminate discrimination in the legal profession. This course identifies the most common ways implicit bias can affect the hiring, advancement...

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Advancing Diversity & Inclusion: A Guide for You and Your Company
BJ Trach | Latham & Watkins

As an in-house lawyer, why should you care about diversity and inclusion? This course gives you four good reasons why you should -- your company's culture, internal clients, legal talent, and performance of your team -- and offers advice on...

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Crisis Management in a Post-#MeToo Environment
J. Gordon Cooney, Jr. / Grace E. Speights | Morgan Lewis

The #MeToo movement has dramatically raised the stakes for companies facing allegations of workplace sexual harassment, which can quickly turn into a public relations crisis that needs to be managed. This course provides timely, valuable and...

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Limiting Class Action Exposure with Effective Class Action Waivers
Ezra D. Church | Morgan Lewis

Is arbitration right for your company in agreements with its customers and employees? If it is, how do you craft an enforceable arbitration clause that includes a waiver of the right to assert claims on behalf of a class? Taking into account...

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Depression in the Legal Profession
Joseph Milowic III | Quinn Emanuel

Experts differ on whether lawyers are more prone to depression than others who work in equally high-stress occupations such as doctors. But one thing is clear: the stigma associated with depression is one of the reasons lawyers may not get help...

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