Dabbling in a Global Practice: Important Ethical Issues to Consider AC17 (.MP3)
Many immigration practitioners either already handle some global cases or are contemplating the idea. Speakers on this all-levels panel will highlight some of the key issues that U.S. practitioners should be concerned about regarding handling non-U.S. cases.
- Understanding and Avoiding Ethical Issues in Advising Clients on Non-U.S. Immigration
- Foreign Compliance Issues—FCPA, Anti Bribery Laws, and Managing Local Compliance
- Consular Processing and Issues Regarding the Unauthorized Practice of Law
- Working with Foreign Counsel to Ensure Clients Get the Right Advice and You Stay on the Right Side of the Law
- Pointers from the ABA Model Rules of Practice as Applicable to a Global Immigration Practice
- Poorvi Chothani (DL), Mumbai, India
- Maria L. Celebi, Istanbul, Turkey
- Elise A. Fialkowski, Philadelphia, PA
- Audrey Lustgarten, Harbor Springs, MI
*This is a preliminary session description. All sessions and events are subject to change without notice. For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2017 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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