In-House and in Compliance: Key Ethics Issues for In-House Lawyers

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? If I represent both my company and one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries, do the ethics rules regarding conflicts of interest still apply? This course answers these important questions among others to help in-house counsel stay in compliance with the legal ethics rules.

CLE Credit Type General (participatory) |
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Robert J. Malionek Partner | LATHAM
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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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