Attorney-Client Privilege Within the Client OrganizationMay 23, 2012 – Articles The Legal Intelligencer
In part one, Jim surveys the basics of the attorney-client privilege. In part two, he addresses who is not (and should not become) the client, the necessity that the lawyer involved in the communication be acting as such and the expectation of confidentiality required for the privilege to apply. Finally, Jim covers the “crime-fraud exception" and includes a more detailed discussion of waiver in part three.
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