Upcoming Free Ethics CLE Webinar: “Privilege Protection: Tips for Working with Media Consultants Without Jeopardizing the Attorney-Client Privilege”

Involving any outside consultant in the attorney-client relationship gives rise to risks to the attorney-client privilege. Yet when a PR crisis erupts, good communications advice is essential, and a company’s media strategy can determine whether it is the subject of thoughtful, balanced articles or a maelstrom of misleading headlines – and whether unfair publicity infects any litigation that may occur. That’s why my colleague Erica Yen and I are pleased to present this free Ethics CLE webinar, designed for in-house counsel at pharmaceutical and medical device companies, on “Privilege Protection: Tips for Working with Media Consultants Without Jeopardizing the Attorney-Client Privilege.” Through discussion of case law and ethics rules, this webinar will analyze tips for working with media consultants that potentially can mitigate the risk that a company will have been deemed to have waived the attorney-client privilege. This program is presumptively…

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