Tag Archives: Privilege

NC Business Court: Attorney-Client Privilege For Corporations

The NC Business Court delivered a full Opinion last week on attorney-client privilege in Technetics Group Daytona, Inc. v. N2 Biomedical, LLC, 2018 NCBC 115.  It’s on the subject of the scope of attorney-client privilege accorded to corporate clients. That … Continue reading

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The value of legal privilege: Your diligent privacy consultant may become your worst enemy

A diligent privacy consultant will do a thorough privacy impact assessment, a threat risk assessment or a gap analysis. They'll take a thorough look at your current practices and benchmark them against not just your competitors but against best practices. … Continue reading

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Florida Supreme Court brings clarity to Attorney-Fiduciary privilege (different from the attorney-client privilege)

FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ADOPTS “ATTORNEY-FIDUCIARY PRIVILEGE” RULE The attorney-client privilege is one of the oldest legal concepts and the backbone of providing effective legal services.  It keeps the communication between an attorney and her client secret and protects it from … Continue reading

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Camilla de Silva: corporate criminal liability, DPAs, AI and privilege

On 21 June 2018, Camilla de Silva, the Joint Head of Bribery and Corruption of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) gave a speech on: the future of corporate criminal liability; the SFO’s considerations when entering into a DPA; use of … Continue reading

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Privilege and the White House Counsel

The NYT reports that Mr. McGahn has cooperated extensively with Special Counsel Mueller's team. The story reinforces my impression that Mr. McGahn is doing well in extraordinarily difficult circumstances. The story implies, however, that the president could have asserted privilege… … Continue reading

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