Attorney Corporate Client Privilege Third edition. Spring 2019 edition Issued March 2019. John W. Gerjacz. Thomson Reuters, 2019. 1 Volume. Softbound. Ex-private law firm library with property stamps, shelf location label at foot of spine, and small bar code label on front cover, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 347. Special $65. * Examining how the attorney-corporate client privilege differs from attorney-client privilege, Attorney-Corporate Client Privilege provides case-proven tools that structure attorney-corporate client communications so they remain protected in the event of litigation against your corporate client. Or, if your client is bringing the action, you'll see how to destroy an assertion of privilege and obtain the information you want from the defendant corporation. The text: Reviews why many judges doubt the wisdom of the privilege being afforded corporations; Examines how a defendant can overcome those doubts, or how plaintiffs can capitalize on them; Includes chapters on the crime-fraud exception, waiver of privilege, and the "good cause" exception; Explains who has, controls, and may assert the privilege within and outside the corporation; Helps you identify privileged communications in discovery; Discusses work product doctrine and the corporate client; Recommends ways to discover work product materials; Explains how to distinguish opinion from ordinary work product.
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