Civil Defendants with Criminal Charges – The Fifth Amendment Privilege and the Government Client
For our 2nd Shop Talk with Government Lawyers, discussion leaders will share experiences and challenges in representing government personnel when 5th Amendment concerns arise. What happens when a criminal matter impacts your civil case? Join in to discuss strategies in discovery, waivers, working with the criminal defense team, and how these types of claims interface with government cases involving employees. Additionally, we’ll discuss coverage issues to keep in mind in these types of cases. Don’t miss this chance to opening discuss with fellow attorneys who represent government entities on a daily basis.
This is the second in a series of quarterly informal “Shop Talk” zoom chats of the Government Practice Group. These members only discussions are a resource to discuss and strategize around common trends affecting defense litigation in the public sector. The next chats will be in August and in October 6th at the Fall Seminar.
Don’t miss what promises to be another informative and lively interactive discussion. This is a Members Only discussion with private and public government sector attorneys.
May’s Discussion Leaders: Natalia Isenberg, Jim Stanley, and Courtney Britt, Teague Campbell.
When: Wednesday, May 10, starting at noon.
Where: Zoom Meeting (this session will NOT be recorded)
Invite a non-member colleague to Join today.
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