An overview of the attorney-client privilege when the client is a corporation The attorney-client privilege : a practical guide for corporate counsel Perspectives on the attorney-client privilege and the work-product doctrine Confidentiality and its relationship to the attorney-client privilege Preserving candor between lawyers and clients : the hidden danger from "exceptions" to the attorney-client privilege The self-defense exception to the attorney's ethical obligation to maintain client confidences Protection of attorney-client privilege and work product in the E-discovery era The attorney-client privilege and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Communications between attorneys and putative class members Communications between related corporations and the attorney-client privilege The self-critical analysis privilege Applying the attorney-client privilege to investigations involving attorneys : what is fair game in discovery? Protecting the attorney-client privilege during an internal investigation Contacting employees' former employees and other witnesses currently or formerly affiliated with the opposing party-conflict between the permissive scope of fact investigation and protection of attorney-client communication Discovery of the nontestifying in-house expert assigned to litigation Loss of attorney-client privilege through inadvertent disclosure of privilege documents Putting attorneys on the witness stand and their advice at issue : the perils of selective waiver of privilege The application of the attorney-client privilege and the work-product communications between insureds and insurance carriers Attorney-client privilege and the work product immunity in U.S. patent litigation A second look at privilege and confidentiality in the reinsurance arena The joint defense privilege : an illusion or a magic wand? The scope and use of the attorney-client privilege in the United States and its applicability to communications in the United States and abroad Attorney-client and work-product doctrine in environmental coverage litigation Preserving the attorney-client privilege and work production protections afforded to communications with experts : be careful of what you say and to whom you say it.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.