Legal Ethics: So You Want to Be a General Counsel? The Perils and Pitfalls 2020 (2020 Health Plans Single Session)

5.  Legal Ethics: So You Want To Be A General Counsel? The Perils and Pitfalls

Kyle Kveton and Cory Tolliver

  • Recognizing who is the client in a corporate setting: The potential conflicts of interest inside and outside of litigation
  • Up-the-ladder reporting and gatekeeping: The lawyer’s duty to identify, report, and rectify violations of law
  • Legal v. business advice: What’s the difference and what’s privileged
  • The GC/in-house counsel as a participant in negotiations with third parties: The ethical limitations of doing so
  • The supervisory responsibility of GC/in-house counsel for the conduct and ethical compliance of retained counsel
Continuing Education Credits are available for this session. For CLE ethics credits, you can earn 1.0  ethics credit hours on a 60-Min Calculation and 1.2 ethics credit hours on a 50-minute Calculation. For CPE and CCB, you can earn 1.2 credit hours for this session.