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This course discusses cutting-edge ethical issues facing in-house counsel drawn from the headlines, including: the handling of the Jerry Sandusky sexual assault case by Pennsylvania State University; the hiring by Duke Energy of an administrative law judge involved with Duke Energy cases; the approach taken by legal counsel for Rutgers University in the investigation into former men’s basketball coach Mike Rice; and lastly the ethical questions and controversy surrounding LinkedIn endorsements.
Taught by nationally recognized arbitration experts Robert Davidson and the Hon. Juan Ramirez (ret.), this class gives an overview of the commercial arbitration process highlighting both the advantages of arbitration as well as pitfalls to avoid.
Every corporation will face a crisis at some point. Nixon-Peabody Partner and Crisis Management Specialist Scott O'Connell and public relations expert Mike Lawrence discuss the tension created between the needs of the counsel and the needs of the business in a crisis.
This course guides you through key procedures, “to do’s,” and issues when your company is faced with major litigation.
To work towards building an effective compliance program, the panelists offer a thought-provoking and in-depth look into the world of compliance, the challenges of enforcing a compliance program, and the trends in the wake of the recent financial crisis.
The role of corporate counsel is evolving and growing more complex daily. Technology is dramatically changing and speeding the pace in the workplace, but it also presents new and complex areas of concern for corporate counsel.
Corporate counsel often face the unenviable task of investigating their fellow employees. From NewsCorp and phone hacking to Penn State University, Mr. Maggiore-Anet applies the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, ABA Formal Ethics opinions, and applicable state and federal laws to these real-life situations.
In-house counsel have unique ethical imperatives and must frequently navigate through a field of ethical landmines. Canvass the ethical issues facing in-house counsel today using news headlines and real-life situations
The challenges, pitfalls, and specific ethical issues that confront transactional attorneys and in-house counsel are explored in-depth in this class.
In this program, our experts, Jackie Brettner and Harry Barton, of Carver, Darden, Koretzky, Tessier, Finn, Blossman and Areaux, will review a brief history of the development of the AFA and commonly used AFAs, evaluate the perspective of stakeholders, scrutinize conditions that are favorable and unfavorable for AFAs, and then examine the ethical implications of each type.