Sword, Shield, or Dagger? Ethical Considerations of Attorney-Client Privilege (On-Demand Webinar)
Overview: This webinar will discuss the attorney-client privilege and the attorney-client work product and the ethical considerations for health care attorneys and their clients. We will review case law where the attorney-client privilege and/or work product doctrine has been at issue and provide tips for preserving the attorney-client privilege. We will also discuss Rule 1.6 regarding Confidentiality of Information, Rule 1.4 regarding Communications with Clients, and Rule 1.7 (Avoiding Representation of Adverse Interests).
Andrea Ferrari, Sr. Principal and General Counsel, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting
Taylor Chenery, Partner, Bass, Berry & Sims PLC
Jonathan Bridges, Chief Assistant Statewide Prosecutor, Bass, Florida Attorney General’s Office
Kelly R Anderson, Associate General Counsel, Baptist Health
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AHLA is seeking CPE credits for live and on demand webinars. The maximum number of credits available is 1.80.