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Corporate Counsel | Attorney Client and Work Product Privilege for In-House Counsel: Distinguishing Between the Business Advisor and Legal Counselor Roles

 Export to Your Calendar 3/15/2018
When: Thursday, March 15
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: HCBA Offices
600 Nicollet Mall
#390
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55402
United States
Contact: Sarah Mayer
612-752-6600


Online registration is available until: 3/15/2018
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Corporate Counsel
Attorney Client and Work Product Privilege for In-House Counsel: Distinguishing Between the Business Advisor and Legal Counselor Roles

Cliff and Chris will review the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine. Building on that foundation, they will discuss the complex privilege and work product issues that face in-house counsel. In-house counsel are asked to play a variety of roles in a company. Those roles range from attorney and negotiator, to business advisor and supervisor. Whether communication is privileged can depend on the role in-house counsel is playing, and the way in which in-house counsel communicates in each role. Cliff and Chris will use hypothetical scenarios to show whether communication is protected, and will give guidance on what language in-house counsel should use when making privileged communications. 

1.0 Ethics MBCLE credit applied for

Speakers
Clifford M. Greene, Attorney, Greene Espel PLLP, and Chris L. Schmitter, Attorney, Greene Espel PLLP 

 

*Speakers and credits may be subject to change.
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