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Ethics and Environmental Law 2015

Online and at BASF Conference Center

You are invited to join Meyers Nave Principal Josh Bloom for a comprehensive review of ethics considerations in the context of handling environmental law matters which he will provide at a seminar hosted by the Bar Association of San Francisco. The January 26 program is available for in-person attendance at BASF Conference Center as well as a live simulcast webinar from 12:00pm to 1:30pm. The seminar provides one credit in Participatory Legal Ethics approved by the State Bar of California.

Environmental law practitioners face unique ethics dilemmas that can be particularly complex when matters involve multiple parties and may trigger civil and criminal considerations. The program will offer first-hand insights that cover the following topics:

  • Best practices in handling conflicts in complex multi-party cases
  • Sound approaches in representing entities and/or employees in criminal and civil investigations
  • Dealing with unique confidentiality issues for environmental attorneys
  • Handling important issues concerning conflict waivers

Please click here for more information and to register on the Bar Association of San Francisco website.