This program will address ethical and legal issues that corporate and outside counsel face in advising corporations, directors and officers, handling shareholder and derivative suits, and responding to government investigations. The program will present a scenario involving the discovery of possible accounting irregularities at a public company in which panelists will role play various parts, including that of corporate counsel, outside counsel, auditorís counsel, and SEC counsel. Topics will include attorney-client privilege when representing a corporate entity, multiple representations, issues regarding internal investigations, responses to client misconduct, issues dealing with outside auditors, and the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley legislation. This programís updated content will entitle attendees to CLE credit if they attended the 2008 program.
2.0 Total NY MCLE Credits, all of which may be applied toward NY MCLE Ethics Credits
Ethics in the Practice of Securities Law (764 Pages, 33 MB)
"An excellent course that, rather surprisingly, worked very well as a podcast. The presenters were well prepared and worked extremely well together. I was fascinated by the presentation, learned much and thoroughly enjoyed myself. Ethics credits should always be this delightful to earn." (New York, NY)
Futures & Derivatives 2010(4.9.10) You will be required to input a code on your affirmation. Some of the codes are in audio and some in video. Please watch, look and listen for the code. This program provides 5.75 General credits 0.75 Professionalism for the IL MCLE requirement.