By Ann Cosimano -- general counsel and secretary, ARAG; Rowland Geddie -- vice president, general counsel and secretary, O’Sullivan Industries, Inc.; Adrienne Levatino -- vice president and general counsel, Patrick Engineering Inc.
The company's subsidiary is being sold to a competitor. The CEO's daughter wants to buy a house. An employee confesses an inappropriate activity to you. Conflict can be tough to avoid for in-house counsel. This program will help you assess the critical issues of who your client is, what constitutes a conflict, how far you can go in providing advice to those who aren't your corporate client, and how you can avoid or extricate yourself from this logjam of issues.
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