The More the Merrier: Ethical Dilemmas in Multiple Representations Audio Download

    The More the Merrier: Ethical Dilemmas in Multiple Representations Audio Download

    The More the Merrier: Ethical Dilemmas in Multiple Representations Audio Download

    Lawyers are often called upon to represent--or at least serve the interests of--more than one party in a variety of employment law situations: joint defense of a company and an executive, representation of a union and a union member, representation of an ERISA plan and trustee, and representation of multiple class members in ...
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    Lawyers are often called upon to represent--or at least serve the interests of--more than one party in a variety of employment law situations: joint defense of a company and an executive, representation of a union and a union member, representation of an ERISA plan and trustee, and representation of multiple class members in a class action, for example. Even the EEOC is called upon to serve the agency and the charging party. There are a myriad ways multiple representation can open a Pandora's Box of ethical problems. This panel discusses the potential risks, how and when to communicate those risks, the role and efficacy of conflict-waiver letters, and how to deal with them if they should arise. MODERATOR: Cynthia E. Nance, University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville, AR SPEAKERS:David M. Cook, Cook Portune & Logothetis, Cincinnati, OHMolly Powell, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Seattle, WADayna E. Underhill, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Portland, OR

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    Section of Labor and Employment Law

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    5250160AUD

    Publication Date

    11/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

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