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Confidentiality Issues: Non-clients’ Misconduct

Recorded on: Oct. 23, 2018
Running Time: 01:00:42

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Taken from the Web Program Employment Law Institute 2018 Recorded October 2018 in New York

Confidentiality Issues: Non-clients’ Misconduct [01:00:42]
  • Lawyers' duty to report non-clients' child abuse and other misconduct
  • Corporations' lawyers' duty to "report up" employee misconduct
  • Lawyers' duties when a friendly non-client witness offers false testimony
  • Lawyers' duty to report other lawyers' ethics violations

Speaker: Thomas E. Spahn

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