Reminders on the Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel

I just came across a decision issued in the District of Massachusetts, Logue v. The Rand Corporation, and it reminded me of some key aspects of the attorney-client privilege related to in-house counsel about which I have written over the years. Some of those principles include the following:

While most lawyers know a little about the privilege, there are a lot more nuances to it than many people realize. Further, for in-house counsel, issues related to the privilege come up just about every day – whether they realize it or not. Thus, it is extra important for them to at least be aware of some of those nuances.

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