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Representation of Multiple Parties: Ethical and Practical Considerations

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Representation of Multiple Parties: Ethical and Practical Considerations
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Very well presented and the discussion was well developed by the moderator. One issue which was only mentioned once by Ms. Belveal and I believe needs a stronger emphasis is that sometimes you just have to walk away from it all. Most of the time when you realize that you've got a conflict you are already to far in to continue. Harsh outcome for everybody but sometimes it must be done.

Excellent course. Panel was direct and to the point. Didn't meander and didn't tell stories that failed to contribute to the course.

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Examine the advantages and disadvantages of using pool counsel in internal investigations, including the impact of joint representation, whether the various clients' interests are sufficiently aligned, the types of agreements entered with the company, the logistics of the engagement, consequences of one client being charged or cooperating, and managing client information to avoid potential cross-contamination.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Civil Appellate Law | Criminal Law | Criminal Appellate Law | Civil Trial Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2021

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1. Representation of Multiple Parties: Ethical and Practical Considerations (Oct 2019)

Amy Jeffress, Jennifer Z. Belveal, Patrick K. Craine, Matthew G. Nielsen

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Representation of Multiple Parties: Ethical and Practical Considerations (Oct 2019)

Examine the advantages and disadvantages of using pool counsel in internal investigations, including the impact of joint representation, whether the various clients' interests are sufficiently aligned, the types of agreements entered with the company, the logistics of the engagement, consequences of one client being charged or cooperating, and managing client information to avoid potential cross-contamination.

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Amy Jeffress, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP - Washington, DC
Jennifer Z. Belveal, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP - Detroit, MI
Patrick K. Craine, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Gulfport Energy Corporation - Oklahoma City, OK
Matthew G. Nielsen, Partner, Bracewell LLP - Dallas, TX

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