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Can privilege be waived by one party with respect to documents that were shared by both parties who shared a lawyer in a previous transaction?
How will a court determine whether emails sent to non-legal personnel of a company but copied to in-house counsel are privileged?
Under what circumstances will the privilege which attaches to a settlement offer be lost?
What are the general principles related to interviewing a plaintiff's treating physicians, and what steps may be taken to bar or restrict such an interview?
What are the types, and scope, of solicitor-client privilege?
What is the law of solicitor-client privilege in general and particularly as it pertains to family law?
What is the meaning of the phrase “continuum of communications” in relation to solicitor-client privilege?
What legal privilege, if any, inures to a third party contractor of a corporation?
What, in general terms, is solicitor-client privilege—i.e., what is its definition and purpose?
When does a third-party viewing of a document constitute a waiver of solicitor-client privilege?
When will documentary evidence over which a claim of solicitor-client privilege has been asserted still be admissible as evidence in a criminal proceeding?
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