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Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions (SF)

Recorded on: Feb. 12, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:55

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Taken from the Web Program IP Issues in Business Transactions 2018 Recorded February 2018 in San Francisco

Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions [01:01:55]

  • Identifying situations involving potential unlicensed practice of law
  • Attorney ethical obligations relating to non-clients
  • When are conflicts unwaivable?
  • Attorney misconduct and duty to report

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  • Ethics Issues in Intellectual Property Practice
    Eric A. Prager

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  • Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions
    Eric A. Prager
Eric A. Prager ~ Venable LLP
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