Ethics Primer: Privileges, Confidentiality And Conflicts Of Interest

CLE Accreditation Info

New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.

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Price: $149
Total Credits: 12
Ethics & Specialty Credits: 2.5
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  • Description

    Attorney client privilege is one of the basic tenets of client representation. But what is it really? When is it applicable and under what circumstances can it be waived? To whom does it apply?

    This CLE course will explain the basic concepts and various nuances of attorney client privilege and work product privilege and will explain avoidance, conflicts of interest, identification and attorney disqualifications

  • Instructor Bio

    Raymond Nardo

    Raymond Nardo focuses on obtaining results for his clients. For more than 25 years, Mr. Nardo has practiced Employment Law. He has won jury verdicts for both employer and employee clients. As a result of his success, he has been retained by employers, insurance companies, and municipalities to represent their interests in jury trials, arbitrations, and disciplinary hearings. He has also been retained as an expert witness to testify about Employment Law.

    Mr. Nardo represents employees and employers for claims involving overtime pay, discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower claims, and nearly all other employment claims. He practices extensively in Federal Court, New York State Court, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and New York State Division of Human Rights (NYSDHR).

New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.