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Delaware’s “take” on Key Ethical Issues Facing Lawyers

Recorded on: Jul. 24, 2017
Running Time: 01:02:59

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Taken from the Web Program Delaware Law Developments 2017: What All Business Lawyers Need to Know recorded July, 2017 in New York.

Delaware’s “take” on Key Ethical Issues Facing Lawyers [01:02:59]
  • SEC preemption of lawyer confidentiality obligations 
  • Inadvertent disclosure; document retention 
  • Advance waivers of conflict of interest; the “hot potato”
  • The common interest privilege 
  • Sword and shield vs. “extra-judicial” waiver 
  • Scripting witnesses 
  • Whistleblower rights of lawyers 
  • Soliciting clients; multiple representation of clients 
  • Corporate Miranda warnings 
  • Threatening criminal actions 
  • Restrictive settlements

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