Timothy J. Miller
presented a seminar on“Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals” on October 2, 2012, as a member of the faculty of a two-day program of the Practising Law Institute (PLI). Mr. Miller’s presentation at the University of Chicago Gleicher Center was part of PLI’s program, ”Outsourcing 2012: Cloud, Innovation and Other Hot Topics.”
Mr. Miller discussed (1) Zealous representation within the bounds of the law; (2) Puffery versus false statements: where is the line drawn?; (3) Client confidences, the attorney-client privilege and waiver; (4) Limits on communications with adverse parties; (5) Ethical considerations in legal process outsourcing; and (6) Metadata, social media and other emerging issues.
The participants were attorneys involved in outsourcing arrangements; attorneys who practice in the corporate, technology, intellectual property, employment, regulatory, tax, financial and insurance arenas; and other business professionals. The program sp0nsor, PLI
, is a nonprofit continuing legal education organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York.
For more information about the ethics issues discussed at the seminar, contact Mr. Miller at (312) 419-6900 or firstname.lastname@example.org