Book #72552
Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States, 2019-2020 Ed. 2 Vols. Paul R. Rice, Kevin T. Barnett, I. R. Gershon.

Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States, 2019-2020 Ed. 2 Vols

Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States, 2019-2020 Edition. Paul R. Rice; Kevin T. Barnett; I. Richard Gershon; William M. Janssen. Thomson Reuters, December 2019. 2 Volumes. Softbound. Ex-library with property stamps on title pages and top page edges, card pockets at rear inside covers, shelf location labels at foot of spines, and small bar code labels on front covers, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 1,600. Special $250. * The purpose for attorney-client privilege is to encourage open communications between the attorney and client. Every client of every attorney-regardless of the legal advice or assistance sought-is subject to discovery demands that could reveal privileged information. This text provides instant access to the history, theory, and purpose of the privilege. Provides comprehensive examination of court interpretations. Addresses procedures for asserting, establishing, resolving, and appealing privilege matters. Covers essential information for advising clients on protecting the confidentiality of their internal communications.

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