Inadvertent Disclosure, an Ethics Challenge

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  • Ethics Ethics

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This seminar demonstrates how remedies and consequences of inadvertent disclosure are ethical challenges impacting attorneys in any practice area. How best to manage inadvertent disclosure has long been a legal ethics contention in light of conflicts among MR 4.4(b), ABA Formal Opinions 92-368 and 11-460 and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(5)(B). Will evidentiary privilege be lost in the process of revisiting MR 4.4(b)?  What is the correct response when an opponent’s confidential information originates from an anonymous source? Should the burden be placed on senders or recipients?

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William D. Brown, Ph.D.

William D. Brown, Ph.D.

Practice Area:Ethics
Dr. Brown, a clinical psychologist, is one of the nation's leading ethics lecturers. Since 1990, he has trained tens of thousands of attorneys and professionals on their ethical obligations in every facet of law.
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