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Past Event
16 June 2011

Speakers

  • Fern C. Bomchill
    T +1 312 701 7331
  • Michael J. Gill
    T +1 312 701 7128
Webinar

Ethical Duties of the Corporate Lawyer – The Ethics and Reality of Protecting Communications of In-House Lawyers

Please join Mayer Brown partners throughout the month of June as they discuss the complex ethical duties and issues facing corporate lawyers. In this three-part webinar series, lawyers from our Corporate, Government, Litigation and Privacy practices will address a variety of ethical issues that in-house attorneys face in the course of doing business, including:

June 16

The Ethics and Reality of Protecting Communications of In-House Lawyers

June 23

Ethical Considerations for the In-House Lawyer When Dealing with Governmental Authorities

June 30

Ethical Considerations in the Context of Litigation, E-Discovery and Social Media

On June 16, please join Mayer Brown partners Fern Bomchill and Mike Gill as they present The Ethics and Reality of Protecting Communications of In-House Lawyers, including a discussion of the issues that arise for in-house lawyers concerning attorney-client privilege and the differences between jurisdictions. This webinar will specifically address the following issues relevant to in-house counsel:

  • What Is the Attorney-Client Privilege?
  • Scope of Privilege
  • Privileges in Common Law Jurisdictions
  • Confidentiality Obligations in Civil Law Jurisdictions
  • EC Investigations
  • Comity
  • Strategies to Protect Confidentiality

Speakers:
Fern C. Bomchill
Michael J. Gill

Also in This Series

June 23, 2011
Ethical Duties of the Corporate Lawyer – Ethical Considerations for the In-House Lawyer When Dealing with Governmental Authorities

June 30, 2011
Ethical Duties of the Corporate Lawyer – Ethical Considerations in the Context of Litigation, E-Discovery and Social Media

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