This program will review the often murky rules concerning the identity and ethical obligations to individuals involved in your legal representation - some may be deemed to be your client while others may not, and it's not always clear which is which. Panelists discuss confidentiality, privilege and best practices, and will various areas of law including criminal defense, probate, estate planning, bankruptcy and corporate litigation.
1 Participatory MCLE Credits
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