Workshop: Ethics and Employment Law (2/8/23)
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- Non-member - $65
- Member - $35
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The world of employment law isn’t just one world – it’s several, and ethical conundrums can arise in many different contexts. There are litigation issues – multiple representations and conflicts, spoliation of evidence, uses of purloined documents. There are settlement issues: what information derived from your client are you allowed to use? How do you manage your client during negotiations? Don’t forget discovery issues: what do you do when you’re deposing a witness who’s being coached? Is that a situation in which you can threaten to report an opponent to the ARDC – or are there ever such situations? We’ll explore these issues and more with two rising employment litigators.
Amit Bindra, Partner, Prinz Law Firm; NELA/Illinois Board Member; Chicago Debates Board Member; Member, Legislative Committee of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Chicago Chapter; Employee to Lawyer podcast co-host
Max Barack, Partner, Garfinkel Law Group; Vice President of NELA/Illinois; Decalogue Society of Lawyers Board Member; Co-Chair, CBA Media Productions Committee; Employee to Lawyer podcast co-host
Kay L. Dawson, Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman LLP
James A. Doppke, Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke, LLC
Chairs, CBA Professional Responsibility Committee
Patrick A. Bernard, Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission; Vice-Chair, CBA Professional Responsibility Committee
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