Cover Ethics_The First Question - Who is your client (Presentation)

This interactive program used hypotheticals to address the most basic question preceding any conflicts (and many other ethics and privilege) analyses: who is your client?  After discussing client identity when representing the government, partnerships, associations, insureds, estates and bond deal participants, the program focuses on client identity in the corporate context.  Among other things, the program addressed client identity within the corporate entity, within a corporate family, during corporate stock and asset sale transactions, and when dealing with corporate employees.

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