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Ethics for Transactional Lawyers (Teleseminar)
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Ethics for Transactional Lawyers (Teleseminar)

1 CLE hour, including 1 Ethics hour

3/23/2015
When: 03/23/2015
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Contact: (404) 521-0781


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Ethics for Transactional Lawyers - 1 CLE hour, including 1 Ethics hour

Representing parties in transactions – business, commercial, or real estate – presents a wide range of ethical issues.  Foremost may be identifying your client when an entity and its owners both want you to represent them in a deal – or managing the inherent conflict through disclosure and waivers. There are also issues when a client offers you an economic piece of a transaction that potentially causes a conflict between your role as lawyer and your personal financial interests.  Sitting on boards of directors also gives rise to a conflict of interest in the differing “hats” a lawyer wears.  Communications and negotiations with unrepresented parties also present substantial ethical perils. Effectively managing these and other ethical issues can be the difference between a successful representation and ethics complaints.  This program will provide you with a wide-ranging discussion of ethics issue for transactional lawyers.  

Ethical issues for transactional lawyers 
Doing business with clients – and the conflicts between roles as lawyer and market participant
Identifying your client – representing a closely-held company and its owners in a transaction
Serving on boards – lawyer as legal adviser v. lawyer as fiduciary to company owners 
Communications and negotiations with unrepresented parties – what can you say?
Client misconduct – must you report up and/or out? 
 
Speakers:

Peter C. Buck
is a partner in the Charlotte, North Carolina office of Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A., where his practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, energy law, banking and finance. Earlier in his career, he served as deputy general counsel of Duke Energy Corporation. He has been named in the book “The International Who’s Who of Corporate Governance Lawyers” and has served as chair of the corporations committee of the North Carolina Bar Association Business Law Section. He earned his A.B. from Duke University and his J.D. from Duke University School of Law.

John Miller
is the principal of John R. Miller, PLLC in the Charlotte, North Carolina and was for 39 years a partner with Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A.  His practice encompasses corporate and securities law, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, and construction law.  He was selected by his peers for inclusion in "The Best Lawyers in America" and for inclusion in Business North Carolina Magazine's "Legal Elite" as one of the top business lawyers in North Carolina.  He received his A.B. from Duke University and his J.D., with distinction, from Duke University School of Law.
 

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