Confusion surrounds the attorney-client privilege. Many think they have it when they do not and even if they do, they fail to appreciate how easy it is to lose. In either case, not enough attention is paid to the possibility that the privilege may be unavailable. This presentation addresses some common issues regarding the creation and retention of the privilege that arise for in-house counsel.
The webinar covers the following:
The live presentation of this program was approved for 1.0 hour of ethics in Illinois, 1.0 hour of professional responsibility in California, and 1.2 hours of ethics in Missouri. CLE credit is no longer available for this recording.
June 8, 2016
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