Asserting the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Protection

This Note examines the key issues counsel should consider when asserting the attorney-client privilege and work product protection, including how to assert and show that the privilege and protection apply, considerations to take into account when preparing a privilege log and when redaction of documents is appropriate.

Thomas E. Spahn, McGuireWoods LLP


 

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