Confidentiality and the Attorney-Corporate Client Privilege, Representing the Organization Client Out of Stock
Co-sponsored by the Financial Institutions Subsection, Colorado Bar Association Business Law Section
Cecil Morris is back for his annual ethics hour, where he’ll discuss the challenges of representing entities as clients. Learn how to identify your client, how to establish what information is privileged, and when a corporation’s attorney can assist a senior officer in performing duties imposed under Sarbanes-Oxley.
- One ethics credit right when you need it
- Attorney-Corporate Client Privilege
- Corporate governance, ethics and compliance
Home studies will be available approximately 2-3 weeks following the live program.
If disability accommodations or special assistance are needed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests must be made at least two weeks prior to the scheduled program.
The program will be submitted for CLE accreditation in Colorado. If you need to seek accreditation in another state, please review the process and requirements for that individual state. CBA-CLE staff can provide a Uniform Certificate of Attendance, and it is the attendee’s responsibility to complete the accreditation outside of Colorado.
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Confidentiality and the Attorney-Corporate Client Privilege,
Representing the Organization Client—Governance, Ethics, and Compliance, and The 20th Anniversary of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Presented by Cecil E. Morris, Jr., Esq., Fairfield and Woods, PC, Denver, CO
Submitted for 1 Ethics Credit
- Standard Price $69.00 USD
- Member Price $49.00 USD
- General Credits 1.00
- Ethics Credits 1.00
- EDI Credits