Legal Ethics and Corporate Practice

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Thomson/West, Jan 1, 2005 - Law - 1250 pages
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This innovative casebook is organized around the work flow of lawyers involved in representing corporations. Each chapter integrates professional responsibility issues with a discussion of a particular type of task that both inside and outside counsel perform on behalf of business corporations. The book uses problems to illustrate how various types of work -- from advising a privately-held company to conducting an internal investigation of a multinational corporation -- generate challenges that cut across ethical categories. Each chapter begins with a detailed roadmap of the material that will follow, and most end with one or two detailed problems that require students to draw on that material

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Contents

The Corporation and Its Lawyers
1
Regan Jr Professional Responsibility and the Corporate
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The Lawyers Role
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Copyright

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Milton C. Regan, Jr., is Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center.

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