A Practice Note analyzing the key issues courts consider in determining whether documents and tangible things may be protected from disclosure under the work product doctrine. This Note addresses the difference between fact work product and opinion work product, matters that the work product doctrine does not protect, work product created through wrongful means, and the crime-fraud exception to the work product doctrine.
Thomas E. Spahn, McGuireWoods LLP
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