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Ethics in Contracting Issues

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Ethics in Contracting Issues
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Well done. Very practical.

Great content. Interesting ethical questions.

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Good information - good examples.

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Using hypotheticals, this presentation focuses on a number of ethics issues that might arise in contracting situations. Can lawyers take advantage of privileged communications the adversary inadvertently sends them? Can lawyers receiving electronic documents look for hidden metadata the other side has not scrubbed? What duties do lawyers have in representing contracting parties, with regards to disclosing client confidences to prevent the adversary from being deceived about the clients' intent, or to correct the adversary's misunderstanding about the law, the contract's terms, or the adversary's scriveners error?

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Health Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 4/30/2023

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1. Ethics in Contracting Issues (Apr 2018)

Tom Spahn

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1.00 | 1.00 ethics
Ethics in Contracting Issues (Apr 2018)

Using hypotheticals, this presentation focuses on a number of ethics issues that might arise in contracting situations. Can lawyers take advantage of privileged communications the adversary inadvertently sends them? Can lawyers receiving electronic documents look for hidden metadata the other side has not scrubbed? What duties do lawyers have in representing contracting parties, with regards to disclosing client confidences to prevent the adversary from being deceived about the clients' intent, or to correct the adversary's misunderstanding about the law, the contract's terms, or the adversary's scriveners error?

Originally presented: Apr 2018 Health Law Conference

Tom Spahn, McGuireWoods LLP - Tysons, VA