1-Hour Program

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Overview

There may be times when an attorney receives unsolicited communications that contain privileged or otherwise confidential information. The communications may be from an anonymous source who could be a whistleblower or “concerned citizen.” What should the attorney who receives such communications do? This Briefing will examine the nature of unsolicited communications and what ethical or other obligations govern the receiving attorney’s response.

Topics to be addressed include:

  • The nature of unsolicited communications and why these might be sent (10 minutes)
  • Private or State action when communication is made to law enforcement (15 minutes)
  • Ethics rules and opinions on unsolicited communications (20 minutes)
  • What the receiving attorney should do and should not do (15 minutes)

 

 

Faculty:

 

Ronald J. Hedges

Dentons US LLP

 

Kathleen A. McGee

Lowenstein Sandler LLP

 

Elizabeth Roper

Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau, New York County District Attorney’s Office

 

David C. Shonka

Redgrave LLP

 

 

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