Get answers to common questions involving client conflicts under the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct in this hands-on seminar. Examine the differences and similarities between the duty of confidentiality, attorney-client privilege, and work product privilege. Learn when you may and may not disclose confidential information and how to disqualify or withdraw as counsel. Discover what the duty of undivided loyalty really means in both litigation and transactional settings and what former clients can stop you from doing. Understand the differences between waivable and nonwaivable conflicts, and learn how to prepare a good conflict waiver letter.
3 Ethics credits
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