Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Privilege Clarified by California Court of Appeal

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Recently, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District Division Three issued its opinion in Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company v. Superior Court (Front Gate Plaza, LLC). The opinion resolved two issues, one involving the attorney-client privilege and the other the work product privilege.

The first issue resolved was whether the attorney-client privilege applies to only communications directly between an attorney and the client and not to communications between lawyers in the same firm.

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