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Corporate Counsel's Guide to the Attorney-Client, Work-Product and Self-Evaluative Privileges, 2021-2022 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Business Laws Inc.
Copyright: 2021
Service #: 40447807
Sub #: 40447806
Pages: 1150
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: Replacement pages

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This work provides detailed information about the attorney-client and work-product privileges, and includes practical advice on what does and does not work for protecting company information. We also include executive legal sum¬maries on key points. It covers the traditional attorney-client privilege in the context of the corporate client, the tax practitioner's privilege, the attorney work-product doctrine, the self-evaluative privilege, the attorney-client privilege in the EU, and the joint-defense privilege. In addition to the law applicable to these subjects, this work also reviews important considerations plus cases that serve to highlight practical problems.

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  • Contains several Executive Legal Summaries that provide basic, non-technical overviews of critical privilege issues
  • Contains copies of primary authorities, including government memoranda, judicial decisions, and sample forms, policies, clauses, and agreements
  • Identifies proactive measures counsel can take to preserve privilege claims
  • Covers a broad range of laws under which claims of privilege may be asserted
  • The samples can be used by counsel as an initial drafting position for composing similar documents