Corporate Counsel Series: Ethics 2019
October 29, 2019
2:15 PM - 4:10 PM (Reception following)
National Center for Aviation Training Auditorium
4004 N. Webb Rd.
Wichita, KS 67226
Foulston's popular annual ethics seminar has been developed specifically for corporate counsel with the goal of assisting you in your responsibility to provide high-quality legal guidance to your organization. Join us in Wichita for our ethics seminar on October 29, 2019.
We are pleased to offer our Corporate Counsel Series on ethics and other relevant topics in Wichita, Topeka, and Kansas City throughout the year. If you are unable to join us for this ethics session, please check back on our Seminars page for a Topeka date after the first of the year and a Kansas City date in the spring.
RSVP required to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, title, organization, address, e-mail address, and telephone number. This is a FREE seminar for corporate counsel. Enrollment is not available for attorneys in private practice without prior approval. Register early, limited space available.
This activity is approved for 2.0 hours of CLE ethics credit for attorneys in Kansas. This activity has also been submitted for 2.0 hours of CLE ethics credit for attorneys in Missouri.
Foulston Siefkin attorneys
How to (Ethically) Improve Your Negotiating Style
As in-house counsel, you are asked to advocate your client's negotiating positions in the strongest possible manner to achieve your client’s deal objectives. But your negotiation style to support your client can cross the line into ethical violations and liability for fraud and other actionable misrepresentations.
When do your aggressive advocacy puffing or bluffing tactics cross the line?
When must you verify the accuracy of your client’s representations before you draft agreements or negotiate based on those representations?
When can you stay silent if your counterparty does not seem to know the law, or know a material fact?
How much can you coach your client to negotiate directly with another business counterpart?
Join us for a lively conversation identifying the most pertinent ethics rules and examining cases of how other lawyers taking negotiating risks found (and crossed) the line. Walk away with a more confident understanding of where to locate the line, to improve your negotiating tactics without increasing your ethical or legal liability.
Rules 1.0, 1.6, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 8.4
Once Upon a Time: Ethical Fairy (and Scary) Tales
This program will include a discussion of current ethical challenges for lawyers and examples of ethics issues arising in the past year, including:
Ethical challenges posed by conflicting cannabis laws and regulations
Siri and Alexa: Are you being recorded without your knowledge?
Emojis and hashtags
ABA Formal Opinion 483: “Lawyer’s Obligations After an Electronic Data Breach or Cyberattack”
Social media blunders (yes, again)
Rules 1.1, 1.2, 1.6, 6.1
For More Information
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