Review both the basic and complex issues regarding the privilege
- Analyze the purpose of the privilege and its elements
- Distinguish the privilege from the work-product doctrine
- Understand the privilege both in the corporate context and when an insurer is involved
- Learn about the risks of inadvertent waiver
Master effectively advising clients to preserve the privilege
- Learn how to establish, maintain, and protect the privilege
- Understand when the privilege does not apply so you can counsel your clients accordingly
- Avoid waiver or limit its impact
- Protect the privilege even when using email
Get up to speed on the most recent developments
- The "functional equivalent" doctrine
- Privilege issues in shareholder derivative actions
- Communications with former employees of a corporate client
- The "at-issue" and testamentary exceptions
- Plus waivers, tactical waivers, work-product waivers, choice of law, and in camera reviews
Table of Contents
7. For Purposes of Legal Advice
9. Practice and Procedure
10. Email and the Attorney-Client Privilege
11. Miscellaneous—Attorney-Client Privilege
12. Work Product
13. Insurance: Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Issues
Table of Cases
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