Birmingham, AL 35203
Join the Litigation Team of Bradley for a two-hour interactive discussion focusing on ethical issues faced by in-house counsel. In-house counsel often face ethical considerations and pressures not faced by outside counsel. This presentation will test your knowledge regarding how in-house counsel should respond to various ethical dilemmas that might arise and will offer practical advice on handling those situations. The audience will participate in the presentation through interactive technology that will allow them to vote for or select the action they think is most appropriate in given situations. The presentation will be both entertaining and informative:
- Who is the in-house lawyer’s client?
- What are common conflicts faced by in-house counsel and how should you deal with them?
- How can in-house counsel preserve and protect the attorney-client privilege?
- What ethical considerations are presented when responding to discovery?
- What are in-house counsel’s ethical reporting obligations within the company?
- What should counsel do to preserve documents within the company when litigation is anticipated?
This course is pending approval by the Alabama State Bar for two hours of CLE credit.
Other Speakers:Governor Albert Brewer, Cumberland School of Law
Tony McLain, Alabama State Bar