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A one hour ICLEF presentation on the
ethical challenges presented in Public
Sector Law practice.
More specifically, Ed and Jill will address topics such as free meals for police and public safety personnel from a grateful citizenry (or business owners with an ulterior motive) and how that comports to the law and what it means up the government food chain (similar favors for a trash collection worker, snow plow driver, mayor, etc.). Also, they will examine the new distinctions courts are drawing between gifts and bribes post McNally and particularly now after the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling involving the governor of Virginia (and federal appellate decisions concerning former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens). They will also relate this to the Indiana Supreme Court's Wurster ruling (the case involving former Rep. Turpin) finding that there was no such crime as "retainer bribery" in Indiana. Ed and Jill also plan to cover related matters, such as tickets for athletic events such as the World Series (and how Chicago city ethics officials put the kabosh on free Cubs tickets after allowing NLDS and NLCS freebies with some strings), and valuing corporate box invitations, the ability to purchase limited-availability tickets for events at face value, etc.
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