Gain an overview of common ethical pitfalls made by public officials and public employees that can lead to violations and consequences.
Do you or your government clients take guilty pleasure in watching the ethical missteps of government employees play out in the news media? Would you like to make sure that your clients are not the unfortunate targets of such media attention? If so, this topic is for you. This material will give you an overview of common ethical pitfalls made by public officials and public employees that can lead to embarrassment, unemployment, or a criminal investigation. This information will discuss various ethical laws, rules, and regulations. We will look at these issues from the perspective of the public employee, the government lawyer, and outside counsel and the different challenges that may arise as a result of holding those differing perspectives. The material will review various case studies and examples of ethical violations and their consequences. Learn how easy it can be to find your clients in the headlines and numerous ways to help them avoid this unenviable fate.
Cheyne R. Scott
Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo, PC
- Partner, Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo, PC
- Civil litigation attorney focusing her practice on governmental entity representation, labor and employment law, and represents individuals, municipalities, counties, authorities, and school boards in various litigation and compliance matters
- Conducts anti-harassment, discrimination, and anti-bias training for public and private entities; also conducts harassment and discrimination investigations for public and private entities
- Conducts regular seminars concerning labor and employment law, including but limited to Title VII, the Civil Rights Act, Whistle-blower Act, Equal Pay Act, and restrictive covenants
- Has also conducted seminars and written about the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace; her article “The Evolution of Diversity Training and Impact of Unconscious Bias on the Legal Profession” was published in the August 2018 issue of the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine; regularly conducts seminars regarding mindfulness and well-being in the legal profession; her article “Mindfulness: A Simpler Way to Alleviate Attorney Stress” was published in the July/August 2017 issue of the American Bar Association GPSOLO Magazine, a national publication
- Active member of the New Jersey State Bar, serving as a member of the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Section, as well as the Diversity Committee; member of the Garden State Bar Association and serves as co-chair of its Labor and Employment Committee; member of the Reitman Employment Law Inn of Court, the first American Inn of Court devoted exclusively to Labor and Employment Law advocacy; and also a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc., a service organization
- Licensed in New Jersey and Michigan
- J.D. degree, cum laude, Thomas M. Cooley Law School; B.A. degree in political science, Michigan State University
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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