Intentions in Retention: Ethical Considerations When Being Retained in Bankruptcy Cases

From IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

Ever wanted to know what ”connections” are when it comes to disclosure? Maybe you’ve thought about how much you really need to include about ”scope of work” when being retained in a case matter. Or have you ever wondered if your solicitations for a creditors’ committee engagement pressed the ethics envelope? Well, wonder no more.

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