Legal Ethics: Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege

Wednesday, May 8, 2024 9:15 AM-11:15 AM Seaport G

This important legal ethics session focuses on how the mortgage industry can use the attorney-client privilege and work product immunity in navigating through our highly regulated landscape. The panel explores the nature and scope of the attorney-client privilege; how it is created and preserved; how it can be abused and lost; and how to speak with in-house and outside counsel to investigate, strategize, and defend the company. Panelists also focus on work-product immunity, including how it arises; when it may be asserted; and how it is created, used, and preserved. Current events and a hypothetical data incident are used to illustrate themes. Earn two CLE ethics hours by attending this compelling session.




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