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What’s Mine is Not Yours: Former Officers and Directors and a Corporation’s Attorney–Client Privilege

An officer or director’s company exit often feels like a divorce, with post-departure monetary payments and document-custody issues dominating the immediate aftermath. Companies are quick to enforce non-compete agreements and...more

1/6/2015 - Attorney-Client Privilege Board of Directors Confidentiality Corporate Counsel Corporate Officers Discovery Separation Termination Trade Secrets

Washington State Supreme Court Limits Attorney-Client Privilege for Healthcare-Provider Corporations

In a major decision that affects healthcare-provider corporations, the Washington State Supreme Court significantly limited attorneys’ ability to engage in privileged conversations with the provider corporation’s employed...more

7/18/2014 - Attorney-Client Privilege Corporate Counsel Ex-Parte Communications Health Care Providers Healthcare Healthcare Provider Corporations

The In-House Attorney-Client Privilege

It’s simple—the attorney-client privilege protects from discovery communications between a client and his or her lawyer. It’s challenging—the privilege applies to communications between (some) corporate representatives and...more

5/19/2014 - Affiliates Attorney-Client Privilege Business Ownership Consultants Corporate Counsel Discovery Independent Contractors Outside Counsel Subsidiaries

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