Ethical considerations fundamental to in-house legal counsel in California. This webinar offers attorneys entering an in-house position in California with an understanding of the core ethical issues they will encounter, whether it be at a start-up or a multi-national corporation.
Why Should You Attend
Practicing attorneys must be aware of the contents of the California Rules of Professional Conduct and how they apply to the real world, especially because they are significantly different from the ABA Model code. The number of attorneys going in-house continues to increase and companies often employ outside counsel for certain matters. Understanding and anticipating the ethical issues at work faced by in-house counsel is important to success, whether you are a company or firm attorney. The solutions to those issues are also often in flux, making it important to periodically update yourself on the current trends in the ethics rules.
Areas Covered in this Webinar
Understand and anticipate the fundamental ethical issues any new attorney must consider when starting in an in-house legal counsel position in California.
Ethical issues underlying in nearly any in-house legal counsel position in California Including:
Who Will Benefit
Randy Berholtz is an attorney with over 22 years experience as outside counsel with large law firms in New York and San Diego and also as general counsel to three companies. He is an expert in the business aspect of legal practice, the use of multi-media sources and intellectual property law. Randy is an Adjunct Professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law and has taught business law, technology externship and intellectual property law courses previously at the University of San Diego School of Law, the Rady School of Business at the University of California at San Diego and at the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences at the Claremont Colleges.
He is the Vice President, Programs at the Association of Corporate Counsel in San Diego and was the co-developer of the Practicing Law Institute's Seminars on Biotechnology Law. He has as BA in political economy from Cornell, an M. Litt in Politics form Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar and a JD from Yale where he was Senior Editor of the Yale Law Journal. He clerked for a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.View all trainings by this speaker