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Ethical Considerations Implicated By ESI, 2018 ESI Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association




Summary
The proliferation of ESI and various applications that can be used to create, store, and search for it has important ethical implications for advocates. Our panelists will help you understand how our various ethical obligations—duty of competence, duty to maintain client confidentiality, etc.—are implicated when working with various forms of ESI.

Presenters
Charles (Bill) W. Day, Jr.
Charles W. “Bill” Day, Jr. has been an employment and civil rights attorney since 1998. A solo practitioner for the past two years, Mr. Day was formerly a partner in the firm of Gebhardt & Associates, LLP. Mr. Day has argued appeals before the D.C....More
Cara Greene
Cara E. Greene is a partner at Outten & Golden LLP in New York, where she represents employees and partners in litigation and negotiation in all areas of employment law, including executive and professional contracts and compensation; lawyers as...More
John Mays
John L. Mays manages the employment law practice group at Poole Huffman in Decatur, Georgia, and represents working people all over the country in collective and class actions for unpaid wages. After graduating from Columbia University, Mr. Mays...More
Originally Published
April 14, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Ethical Considerations Implicated By ESI, 2018 ESI Seminar - Audio
  2. Ethical Considerations Implicated By ESI, 2018 ESI Seminar - Paper

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