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Ethics in Context: Summer 2012
Ethics/Professional Responsibility, Litigation
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. New York Rules of Professional Conduct
Chapter 2. The Legal Profession and Conflicts: Ain't No Mountain High Enough?
Chapter 3. In-House Counsel As Whistleblower: A Rat with a Remedy?
Chapter 4. Documents and Lawyers: Oil and Water?
Chapter 5. With Apologies to the Jackson Five: One Bad Apple Can Spoil the Whole Bunch!
Chapter 6. Caveat Corporate Litigator: The First Circuit Sets Back the Attorney Work Product Doctrine
Chapter 7. Thus Spake Zarathustra (And Other Cautionary Tales for Lawyers)
Chapter 8. Just When Lawyers Thought It Was Safe to Go Back Into the Water
Chapter 9. Ethics and Issues Relating to Attorney Work Product and Federal Rule of Evidence 502
Chapter 10. Appendix
Chapter 11. Ethics and In-House Corporate Counsel
Chapter 12. The Ethical Difficulties of Court-Ordered Inspections of Social Networking Accounts
Chapter 13. Model Rule for the Lawyer As Third-Party Neutral
Chapter 14. Conflicts of Interest, What Are They, and Must They All Be Disclosed?
Chapter 15. The Attorney-Client Privilege and Internal Investigations: Privilege Issues in Structuring an Investigation and Interviewing Witnesses
Chapter 16. "The Perils and Possibilities of the Joint Defense Agreement"
Chapter 17. "Disclosure of Internal Corporate Deliberations"
Chapter 18. "Attorney-Client Privilege and Issues for Corporate Counsel"
Chapter 19. "Investigations Foreign and Domestic: Choice-Of-Law and Discovery"
Chapter 20. "Dealing with Former Employees in Internal Investigations"
Chapter 21. "Privacy in the Workplace: An Oxymoron?"
Chapter 22. "Attorney Consultation in Presence of Spouse: Preserving Privilege"
Chapter 23. "Should Corporations Self-Report Wrongdoing?"
Chapter 24. "Whistleblower Reforms in Dodd-Frank Act"
Chapter 25. "The Origins of 'Upjohn' Warnings"
Chapter 26. "Preserving Privilege Over Internal Investigations in Derivative Litigation"
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