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Legal Ethics: The Lawyer’s Role When Something Goes Wrong in Financial Services

Recorded on: Nov. 15, 2016
Running Time: 00:59:25

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Taken from the Web Program Financial Services Industry Regulatory Compliance & Ethics Forum 2016 recorded November, 2016 in New York.

Legal Ethics: The Lawyer’s Role When Something Goes Wrong in Financial Services [00:59:25]
  • Self-reporting: Do lawyers (in-house counsel or compliance officers or employees in compliance) have an ethical duty to report or disclose client conduct that the attorney believes violates the law?
  • Dealing with collateral consequences: Hear directly from a whistleblower
  • Remediation: Identify best practices for attorneys and compliance officers in deciding whether to report and how to report without violating ethical obligations

Benjamin Gruenstein


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    Benjamin Gruenstein
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Benjamin Gruenstein ~ Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
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