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March 23, 2004

Press Contact: Jordan Garrison, (512) 589-3798 or jordangarrison@hotmail.com

Symposium: “Litigating Business Ethics”

WHAT: CLE Course, "Litigating Business Ethics" (No. 61450)
WHERE: The University of Texas School of Law
WHEN: Thursday, March 25, 2004 and Friday, March 26, 2004
COST: $30/person
REGISTRATION: Call The Review of Litigation at 471-4386. They will call you back to confirm your registration.

Conference Schedule

AUSTIN, Texas — "Litigating Business Ethics" is a symposium being held at The University of Texas School of Law on Thursday, March 25 - 26, 2004. By attending this symposium, practicioners will receive 7.75 participatory hours and 1.25 ethics hours of CLE credit. This conference addresses a variety of issues dealing with litigating business ethics. Issues to be discussed include corporate criminal liability, the ethics of corporate involvement with political action committees, procedures to recover for breaches of fiduciary duty committed by LLC members, managers, and partners in limited partnerships, and how lawyers should protect themselves in midst of client-created ethical problems.

The featured speakers include: Margaret Blair, Research Director for the Sloan-Georgetown University Law Center Project on Business Institutions; Samuel Buell, Special Attorney with the Enron Task Force for the U.S. Department of Justice; Terry Scarborough, Parter at Hance, Scarborough, Wright, Woodward & Weisbart in Austin, TX; Matthew Friedrich, Special Attorney with the Enron Task Force for the U.S. Department of Justice; Jim Burkhard, Associate Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law; Ken Hughes, Partner at Glickman & Hughes, L.L.P. in Houston, TX; Honorable Fred Biery, U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Texas; Steve Chiscano, Associate at David, Cedillo, & Mendoza, Inc. in San Antonio, TX; Paul Francis, Partner at Baker & hostetler, L.L.P. in Houston, TX.

Sponsored By: The Review of Litigation