The Attorney-Client Relationships Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) announced at its 2018 Spring Meeting the release of its new white paper titled, Attorney-Client Privilege Update: Current and Recurring Issues.
This publication focuses on emerging developments in the area of the attorney-client privilege as well as on the scope and reach of privilege in a number of areas, including agents, third parties, disclosures and communications. It also highlights situations in which waivers may occur. The white paper incorporates more than 200 case citations to illustrate real-world examples of the relevant issues in this arena.
Joe Arellano, Chair of the ACTL Attorney-Client Relationships Committee at time of the paper's release, contributed to this revision and oversaw the process leading to its approval and publication.
The white paper is available for download on the ACTL website.
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