"In this illuminating and provocative book, Professors Fox and Martyn lay out useful guideposts to help lawyers navigate through the complexities, conundrums and uncertainties that stem from representing organizational clients. Through clear exposition of real-world dilemmas and thoughtful analysis of possible solutions, The Ethics of Representing Organizations will serve as an invaluable and thought-provoking resource for even the most experienced lawyers. Readers of this book will have a considerable advantage in meeting professional obligations and their clients' expectations. The authors have provided a work of scholarly merit and practical benefit to individual lawyers and the legal profession as a whole."
---Kenneth C. Frazier President, Global Human Health Merck & Co., Inc.
"A concise and crisp guide for staying out of trouble in the complex world of modern practice."
---Geoffrey C. Hazard Trustee Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Emeritus, Yale Law School