Serving Multiple Masters: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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 with officers, directors and employees of those subsidiaries and when might disclosure waive the attorney-client privilege? This course answers these important questions among others, and provides practical guidance for in-house lawyers who may be asked to serve multiple corporate masters.

CLE Credit Type General (participatory) |
by David G. Keyko | Views: 144
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David G. Keyko Partner | Pillsbury
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Licensed: Licensed for 15 years
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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


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