Breakfast Briefing: Criminal Law Essentials for the Business Lawyer
Preparing you to make the right move when your business clients call with sensitive criminal law questions
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
There is no cost to attend. Space is limited - advance reservations required.
What business lawyer hasn’t received a call from a client concerning a sensitive criminal issue? Questions like:
- An employee has been arrested by the police for conduct related to work. Can I help? Should I? What should I do?
- I suspect that my company has been the victim of a crime. What is the most effective way to get the police involved?
- The police have called seeking to interview an employee, officer, or director. What do I tell them? What should I do?
- My son/daughter has been arrested and is in police custody. What should I do?
- I am embroiled in a civil dispute that has criminal aspects to it, and I want to tell the opposing party that I will go to the police if she does not accept my proposal. Can I threaten to involve the police in this civil dispute?
- The police have shown up at my office with a search warrant. What should I do?
- I have received a federal grand jury subpoena for records. How do I respond?
Our criminal law experts will give you the basic tools you need to field these and other similar questions. Let us show you what to do -- and, just as importantly, what not to do -- when clients raise these issues.
Birmingham, MI 48009
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