Five Ethical Traps for In-House Counsel Defending Class Actions and How to Avoid Them

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 considers these and other important ethical issues that often arise in class actions.

CLE Credit Type General (participatory) |
by J. Warren Rissier | Views: 323
Views reviews
J. Warren Rissier Partner | MORGAN
Location: 300 South Grand Ave.
Phone: +1.213.680.6860
Licensed: Licensed for 15 years
Written Summary: Please Login to download


California | CREDIT TYPE: Legal Ethics (Participatory)
TOTAL CREDITS: 0.5 hours
New York | CREDIT TYPE: Ethics and Professionalism (Both (New & Exp Attys))
TOTAL CREDITS: 0.5 hours


Before asking a question, please know that any reply you receive is general information, not legal advice, and creates no attorney-client relationship, and that you may not use this contact to attempt to disqualify the attorneys from representing others adverse to you. By clicking "Send E-mail", you agree to the terms of this paragraph and our Terms of Use.