CA Supreme Court Excludes Attorney-Client Communications Made For Purposes Of Mediation

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The California Supreme Court released its decision in Cassel v. Superior Court. The Court has deemed attorney-client privileged communications “made for the purposes of mediation” inadmissible at a subsequent legal malpractice case. The decision reverses the Second District Court of Appeal decision.

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