The Perils and Pitfalls of Attorney - Client Privilege for the In-House Counsel
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As part of one of the largest and most recommended Dispute Resolution practices in the world, our North America Litigation & Government Enforcement lawyers offer practical insights on how to help you navigate the complexities your business may face with confidence, while achieving your strategic and commercial objectives. To share these insights, we have developed a webinar series that is focused on practical business solutions and the risks and challenges in doing business locally and internationally.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 25 at 12:00 pm EST for the next webinar in our 2018 series:
The Perils and Pitfalls of Attorney-Client Privilege for the In-House Counsel
Today's in-house counsel are under more pressure than ever given economic constraints, political pressures, and myriad other factors that impact them day-to-day. Although thought to be sacrosanct, the attorney-client privilege is not as absolute as perhaps surmised, given numerous exceptions and impingements that are brought to bear both internally and externally.
Join Baker McKenzie practitioners for a presentation highlighting the "basics," helping you to identify best practices to ensure that the perils and pitfalls are avoided, and that the privilege is preserved in the context of your business from a domestic and international standpoint.
Our complimentary webinar series is aimed at in-house legal counsel and compliance managers, ranging from those who are new to the areas concerned, through to experienced practitioners who want to refresh their knowledge and learn more about litigation risks and best practices.
A registration reminder with log-in and dial-in details will be sent to you one week and one hour prior to the start of the webinar.
|Date||Wednesday, April 25, 2017|
|Time||12:00 pm EST|
|Contact||Alli Ferguson, via email or +1 312 861 8047|
|Dial in||877-445-9761 / 201-689-8592 (Passcode 13678483)|
|Test||Audience System Test|
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