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In House or Outside Counsel: Which is More Dangerous?



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To compete in today’s complex and global marketplace, companies are creative in their business formations, acquisitions, mergers and sales of business units. As a result, the need for legal services is a requirement. The ethical maze confronting outside and in-house counsel places both the attorney and company at great risk.

In addition, the use of increasingly sophisticated technology in litigation carries great risk and ethical challenges for attorneys and their organizations. Absent clear communication and proper discovery management, outside and in-house counsel may be exposed to sanctions for discovery abuse, destruction of evidence and perjury, as well as potential criminal penalties and perhaps government investigation. Increased settlements and adverse jury verdicts are also possibilities.

Join us for a webinar discussing how attorneys can improve their risk and litigation management, including the handling of discovery in litigation, to minimize their exposure. 


  • “The Maze Runner” – Conflicts and Fiduciary Duties; Damn the Ignorant!
  • When Discovery Is Not Business as Usual
  • Sanctions Against In-house Counsel and the Company: Breaking the Glass Shield
  • Spoliation: Destruction of Evidence and Its Consequences

Date and Time
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Noon - 1 p.m. (CDT)
Who Should Attend
General and in-house counsel, outside counsel, claims counsel, risk managers 

Continuing Education Credit

  • Approved for 1.0 TN Ethics CLE credits
  • Approved for 1.2 MO Ethics CLE credits
  • This program is pending approval for Colorado, Illinois, Nebraska and Texas continuing legal education credit, including ethics credit.
The webinar is complimentary; however, registration is required
Contact Stephanie Dorssom at 314.345.6646.