Ethical Issues in Employment Law 2019 (REPLAY)
Friday, May 17, 2019 (12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.)
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It happens to every employment lawyer, whether you represent plaintiffs or defendants—an ethical issue arises and you must figure out the best way to resolve it. There's no "out of the box" solution because every situation is unique; you need to develop tools to analyze each one individually. Our panel of expert counsel, drawn from both small and large law firms, uses real-life scenarios and references to the Rules of Professional Conduct to work through topical examples, giving you strategies to effectively analyze these ethical challenges.
- When can you represent multiple employees from the same employer?
- What do you do when you know your client is not telling the truth at mediation?
- As in–house counsel or private counsel to the employer, is it ever advisable to conduct a workplace investigation yourself?
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