Ethics MCLE:
Effective Tactics and Ethical Concerns in Securities and Class Action Proceedings

The South Asian Bar Association of Northern California

11/07/2011 06:30 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.

Securities Litigation

NetApp, Inc.
Building 1, Founders Theater
495 East Java Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Speaking Engagement

The Pro Bono Committees of the South Asian Bar Association of Northern California, the Santa Clara Bar Association and the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel are pleased to co-sponsor a seminar that will offer insights on these thorny issues from both a seasoned litigator and a judge. This seminar will provide an overview of:

  • Effective (and ineffective) courtroom tactics
  • Ethical concerns for both in-house and outside counsel, including conflicts of interest in multi-party cases and between companies and their employees
  • The use of confidential and nonpublic information
  • Can overly aggressive courtroom tactics backfire?
  • How should in-house and outside counsel handle their ethical and fiduciary responsibilities with respect to nonpublic information?
  • How do you identify and effectively manage potential conflicts of interest between parties or between companies and their employees?

Speakers:

  • Judge Paul Grewal, N.D. Cal
  • Somnath Raj Chatterjee, Partner at Morrison & Foerster

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