Burnham Douglass is pleased to announce the release of The Lawyer’s Guide to Business Ethics by Dr. Keith W. Diener, published by Routledge. Keith is a senior associate, tenured professor, and award-winning author whose passion for research and writing led him to publish numerous articles and book chapters on employment law issues, such as anti-discrimination, family leave, and wage and hours laws.
The Lawyer’s Guide to Business Ethics is an invaluable resource for legal practitioners, law students, and business students committed to maintaining ethical behavior in their legal practice. In his new book, Keith addresses the complex ethical questions that lawyers are regularly confronted with in their legal and business practices and identifies the unique ways in which lawyers can utilize business ethics theories and principles to enhance their decision making and case management skills. He also examines the personal, social, and economic influences that can impact a lawyer’s practice, while reviewing the rules of professional conduct and presenting real-life ethical dilemmas.