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Ethical Challenges When Your Case Is on the Front Page

Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2018
Running Time: 01:03:42

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Taken from the Web Program Cutting-Edge Employment Law Issues 2018: The California Difference Recorded September 2018 in San Francisco

Ethical Challenges When Your Case Is on the Front Page [01:03:42]
  • When and how to use a public relations firm ethically
  • What can lawyers say publicly and ethically? Is it different for employee vs. employer advocates?
  • Understanding the role of the Press and ethical interactions with the Press
  • The ethics of publicity

Ben Hancock, Robert A. Hawley, Jason C. Marsili

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    Robert A. Hawley
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  • Ethical Challenges When Your Case Is on the Front Page
    Ben Hancock, Robert A. Hawley, Jason C. Marsili
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    Ben Hancock ~ Litigation Reporter, The Recorder & Law.com
    Robert A. Hawley ~ Former Deputy and Acting Executive Director- State Bar of California,
    Jason C. Marsili ~ Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP
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