Yesterday, I discussed whether an SEC attorney might commit an ethical violation by encouraging an attorney to disclose her client’s confidences. That discussion was prompted by a recent posting by Lawrence A. West...more
Attorney-client privilege is a rule that protects both attorneys and their clients from disclosing confidential communications vital for the purposes of furnishing or obtaining legal advice or assistance....more
In its final rule on Disclosure of Records and Information published last week, the CFPB gave no ground on its position that it has discretionary authority to share confidential information with state attorneys general. This...more
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