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Keeping the Attorney-Client Privilege In-House

Posted:
10/31/2004
Services:
Commercial Litigation, Corporate Governance

At a time when the role of in-house counsel has increased and become more diverse, it is increasingly important for in-house attorneys to understand the parameters of attorney-client privilege.

In this two-part article, Mark C. Levy, Partner in the Litigation Department in the Philadelphia office, examines when the attorney-client privilege applies to in-house counsel. Part 1 provides steps that in-house counsel can take to avoid waiving the attorney-client privilege, while Part 2 reviews guidelines the U.S. Supreme Court put in place for in-house counsel to preserve attorney-client privilege.

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