The attorney-client privilege remains a topic on the mind of many in-house counsel.  I’ve written about it several times before, and on September 12 at 1:00 P.M., I am presenting a webinar with a live Q&A session on the attorney-client privilege with Commercial Law WebAdvisor.  Among other topics are the following:

  • When the presence of experts or other non-attorneys will or will not destroy the privilege
  • How the attorney-client privilege applies when the client is a corporation or other organization
  • How the privilege applies when the attorney is in-house counsel
  • What happens to the privilege when the client dies, ceases to exist or is sold
  • What risks a party may run by invoking the attorney-client privilege

If you have any interest in attending, please click here for more information about the webinar and pricing.… Keep reading

If you read my earlier blog posting, “In-House Counsel and the Attorney-Client Privilege,” and wanted additional insight on the topic, please join me for the webinar “Silence is Golden: The Attorney-Client Privilege” on Friday, June 22 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (EST), sponsored by the Global Outsourcing Association of Lawyers.  I will address when the privilege applies, what the privilege covers and when the privilege is waived.  There will also be opportunities for you to submit questions.  Please click here to register.… Keep reading