One Company, Many Clients: Multiple Representations in Practice

, New York Law Journal


In their Internal Investigations column, Michael B. Mukasey, the former U.S. Attorney General and former chief judge of the Southern District of New York, is a partner in the litigation department at Debevoise & Plimpton, and Andrew J. Ceresney, a partner at the firm, discuss the considerations - ethical and strategic - that corporate counsel should consider before undertaking sole or joint representation of individual employees, and provides some recommendations for joint representation of a company and employees in those circumstances in which such an arrangement is advisable.

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