Ethics and Employment Litigation: Stepping Through the Minefield

Principal Jed Marcus will speak on “Professional Ethics and the Theft of Employer Documents” at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s (NJICLE’s) seminar, Ethics and Employment Litigation: Stepping Through the Minefield at the Wilshire Grand in West Orange, NJ. The program is presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Labor and Employment Law Section.

Other topics include:
- Conflicts of Interest – Representation of Potentially Adverse Clients
- Joint representation of the Organization and Constituents
- Saveendra Issues
- Settlement Conferences

CLE ethics credits available.

From the NJICLE website:
Labor and employment litigation is interesting, often complicated and fraught with ethical minefields from beginning to end. From the retention stage, through discovery, trial and settlement, the employment litigator must always foresee potential ethical pitfalls regarding conflicts, candor, inadvertent disclosure, improper acquisition of documents and confidentiality.

Our program brings together some of the state’s leading employment litigators who will discuss the ethical hazards that are present throughout litigation and provide thoughtful, practical advice for addressing and resolving them.

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