Advanced Ethical Issues in Business Immigration AC16 (.MP3)
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Ethical issues abound in the business immigration context. When the employer/employee relationship goes south, whose side are you on? Ethical experts will discuss the scope of the relationship between the attorney and both the employer and the employee. The panelists will probe common and uncommon ethical issues and dilemmas that arise when the relationship between the employer and employee is severed, how to navigate those dilemmas, and even how to structure client relationships to avoid problems when conflicts do occur.
Key Topics Include
- Tips on Drafting Engagement Agreements to Avoid Conflicts
- Who Can Pay Attorney's and Immigration Filing Fees?
- Is It Permissible to Assist the Employer in Revoking the I-140 After Employee's Departure?
- What Documents Are Attorneys Required to Provide to Employees During and After Employment?
- At What Point in the Employer/Employee Conflict Must the Attorney Withdraw?
Stephen R. Pattison (DL), Darnestown, MD
Mary Carmen R. Madrid Crost, Chicago, IL
Robert G. Nadalin, San Diego, CA
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