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Take Responsibility for Securing Your Company’s — and Your Own — Attorney-Client Privilege (Part I of III)

This three-part series is an extended plea to business owners and executives to protect their company’s proprietary information — and information about them as individuals — from being available for use by parties wishing to hurt them via the legal … Continue reading

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What Attorney-Client Privilege Means in Kentucky

Will what I say to my lawyer stay between us? Being charged with a crime is incredibly stressful, and it’s hard to know who to trust. Most of the people a defendant encounters after being arrested are not looking out … Continue reading

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Upcoming Free Ethics CLE Webinar: “Privilege Protection: Tips for Working with Media Consultants Without Jeopardizing the Attorney-Client Privilege”

Involving any outside consultant in the attorney-client relationship gives rise to risks to the attorney-client privilege. Yet when a PR crisis erupts, good communications advice is essential, and a company’s media strategy can determine whether it is the subject of … Continue reading

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Chancery Refuses Invitation to Apply Garner Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege

Anyone interested in the most complete and recent explanation of the Garner exception to the attorney-client privilege needs to read the Delaware Court of Chancery’s ruling in Buttonwood Tree Value Partners, L.P. et al. v. R.L. Polk & Co., Inc., … Continue reading

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Implied Waiver Of Attorney-Client Privilege

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed an order compelling disclosure of privileged communications on an implied waiver theory. This interlocutory appeal arises out of an action in which two companies brought suit against their former attorney for legal malpractice. The… … Continue reading

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