Attorney Client Privilege
Internal Investigations—Perspectives, Immediate Steps, the Long Haul
By Kristin Casler, featuring Matthew Boxer of Lowenstein Sandler LLP, Michael Hayes of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP, Annemarie McAvoy of Ernst & Young and Bart M. Schwartz of Guidepost Solutions LLC. The only thing worse than conducting an internal investigation is conducting...
1 Jul 2015
Attorney-client privilege: Technological changes bring changing responsibilities for attorneys and legal departments
Among the many things that have been challenged by the advent of digital, portable, mobile and social network communications is attorney-client privilege (ACP). The risks and pitfalls change as technology changes to enable us to communicate and share information from anywhere, store and share information...
6 Jan 2014
Attorney-client privilege: a checklist for digital communications
With rapid and ongoing changes in digital communications and storage technology―as well as our changing habits―come new risks to the sacred doctrine of attorney-client privilege. If you have not done so already, your law firm, corporate legal department or government agency would be well served...
6 Jan 2014
Attorney-Client Privilege and the Corporate Witness | A LexisNexis® OnDemand Webinar
Recording Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 | Duration: 95 minutes | VIEW NOW | The Attorney-Client privilege is sacrosanct-the most sacred of all of the legal privileges. However, is that privilege any different when it is between the lawyer and the corporate representative? What impact does today’s...
23 Oct 2013
Attorney-Client Privilege in the Age of Digital Leaks, Peeks and Breaches
PAULA SCHAEFER, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF LAW -- Massive. The word almost seems inadequate. Maybe colossal or astronomical would be better. Anyway, “a lot” of data has been gathered, breached, lost and leaked in recent months at a rate, it’s safe...
2 Sep 2013
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