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Attorney Client Privliege and the Work Product Doctrine 2017: Trends and Developments

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Course book from CLE class presented on June 19, 2017. ...
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Number of pages:395
Year published:2017
Print date:2017-06-19T00:00:00
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Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine: 2017 Trends and Developments

Course book from CLE class presented on June 19, 2017.

Description: In this two-hour class, Tom Spahn will help you understand two important legal principles: the attorney-client privilege and the separate but related work product doctrine.  The program includes 2017 trends and developments and focuses on these 10 issues:
1. How to determine which attorney-client privilege and work product law will apply
2. Clients' misunderstanding of the privilege's applicability, and the key legal advice component
3. Privilege protection in the corporate setting (including the danger of widespread intra-corporate communications)
4. Sources of proof courts examine in analyzing privilege protection, and practical steps for maximizing the protection
5. Basic work product principles (including the "litigation," "anticipation," and "motivation" elements)
6. Identifying who is outside privilege protection, including clients' and lawyers' agent/consultants
7. Privilege waiver (including implied, "at issue”, and subject matter waivers)
8. Joint defense/common interest agreements (highlighting their unpredictability)
9. Work product waiver
10. Privilege and work product issues arising before, during, and after internal corporate investigations.
 
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