Ethical Implications of Expenses Covered by Companies and Employees AC16 (.MP3)
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This panel will provide a framework for practitioners to identify possible pitfalls in the attorney-client relationship. It will include a candid and in-depth conversation on how to eliminate possible ethical implications in representing the client and the client's employees.
Key Topics Include
- What Constitutes an Attorney-Client Relationship?
- Confidential Communications
- Is There any Attorney Duty to the Employee (Non- Client)?
- Who Is Responsible for Paying the Fees in Various Employment-Based Petitions?
- What Should You Do When Your Client Will Not Pay the Required Fees?
- Tips for Drafting a Retainer to Eliminate These Ethical Issues
Timothy D. Widman (DL), San Jose, CA
Scott F. Cooper, Troy, MI
L. John Russo, Albuquerque, NM
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