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Ethical Considerations Involving Confidentiality: Nonclients' Misunderstandings and Mistakes

Recorded on: Oct. 23, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:01

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Taken from the Web Program Employment Law Institute 2017 recorded October 2017 in New York.

Ethical Considerations Involving Confidentiality: Nonclients' Misunderstandings and Mistakes [01:00:01]

  • Ethics vs. professionalism
  • Dealing with unrepresented individuals
  • Negotiation ethics
  • Ethical duty to correct misunderstandings in litigation

Speaker: Thomas E. Spahn

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