Federal Court Rejects Use of "Quick Peek" Agreements under Federal Rule of Evidence 502

An Article on a federal district court decision that suggests that a party risks waiving the attorney-client privilege by failing to take reasonable steps to avoid producing privileged documents in litigation, even where the parties have already agreed that such a production would not result in a waiver of the privilege.


 

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