Using a series of hypothetical case studies, a distinguished panel of labor and employment lawyers discuss some common ethical issues that may arise during litigation of an unfair labor practice complaint. Specific topics include grounds for seeking a continuance (beware of ALJ shopping); raising baseless claims as a dilatory tactic, or waiting to file a meritorious claim for tactical reasons; handling evidence you know (or suspect) was obtained illegally by a client or a witness; good faith bargaining and fair dealing in negotiations.
This course was recorded in December 2010 at PBI`s annual Labor Law Symposium. Other sessions from this symposium are available at PBI`s Online Campus.
1.0 Total CLE credits, all of which may be applied toward Ethics
William Bevan, III, Esq., Reed Smith LLP, Pittsburgh
Jonathan K. Walters, Esq., Markowitz & Richman, Philadelphia