The Attorney–Client Privilege in Corporate Internal Investigations

October 4, 2011
Fox Rothschild LLP

12 to 1:30 p.m. ET
9 to 10:30 a.m. PT

Join us for an introduction to the attorney-client privilege. Our speaker will present a comprehensive discussion of each of its elements in the factual context of an internal corporate investigation and provide practical pointers on preserving the privilege.


James A. Matthews, Esq.


This program will be presented live in our Philadelphia office and simulcast by video to our other offices in:

Atlantic City, NJ
Blue Bell, PA
Exton, PA
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
Pittsburgh, PA
Princeton, NJ
Roseland, NJ
San Francisco, CA
Stamford, CT
Warrington, PA
West Palm Beach, FL
Wilmington, DE

About the Programs:

Fox Rothschild's 2011-2012 CLE Training Programs for In-House Counsel are presented by the Labor and Employment department

Originally designed as training for firm attorneys, we now invite clients to join us and receive CLE credit. Our CLE programs feature a range of topics and highlight the laws and court and agency decisions that most impact the practice of labor and employment law. Our series of training programs will be held until February 2012, and we invite you to join us at any program that may interest you. For your convenience, all programs will be available via video conference in Fox Rothschild offices, so you can participate at the location nearest you.

CLE Credits:

If you would like CLE credit, please make sure to include your bar admission(s) and attorney identification number(s).

This course will provide CLE credit as follows:

California CLE - 1.5 General

Delaware CLE - 1.5 General (Pending)

Florida CLE - 1.5 General (Pending)

Nevada CLE - 1.5 General (Pending)

New Jersey CLE - 1.8 General

New York CLE (Reciprocal) - 1.8 Skills - Non-Transitional

Ohio CLE - 1.5 General (Pending)

Pennsylvania CLE - 1.5 Substantive


Click here to register for this event.

Please contact Adrienne Hope at [email protected] for more information.