The attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine are not static bodies of law. These doctrines affect the way you manage your cases and communications with your clients and third parties. These doctrines also often impact the advice you give to clients about how they manage their day-to-day operations, internal investigations, due diligence related to mergers and acquisitions, as well as any decision to secure outside counsel. They are ever-evolving, with their applicability often depending on the nuance of a particular set of facts. In order to provide your clients with the most accurate advice, it is important to be up to date on the most recent developments in these areas of the law.
During this session, you will learn about recent decisions that will affect the way you practice, discuss real-life examples of the application of these doctrines, and have the opportunity to test your own knowledge along the way.
The program is approved for one (1) MCLE Ethics credit in California, New Jersey (through reciprocity), New York and Pennsylvania. Credit for other jurisdictions may be available upon request.
Live at Pepper Hamilton's Philadelphia office. Live simultaneous videoconference available in the following Pepper Hamilton offices: Berwyn, Boston, Detroit, Harrisburg, Los Angeles, New York, Orange County, Pittsburgh, Princeton, Silicon Valley, Washington, D.C., Wilmington.
3000 Two Logan Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103
For more information and to register, please contact Heather Cook at 215.981.4201 or email@example.com.