Posts Tagged “Privilege or Work Product Protections”

In re Grand Jury: Supreme Court to Consider Attorney-Client Privilege in “Dual-Purpose Communications”

Because of the volumes of information and the complexities of data found in many cases that require extensive electronic discovery, issues related to attorney-client privilege can require significant attention during the document search, review, and production processes for these cases.  Addressing attorney-client privilege requires particular nuance when considering “dual-purpose communications,” in which both legal advice […]

In re Grand Jury: Supreme Court to Consider Attorney-Client Privilege in “Dual-Purpose Communications”

Because of the volumes of information and the complexities of data found in many cases that require extensive electronic discovery, issues related to attorney-client privilege can require significant attention during the document search, review, and production processes for these cases.  Addressing attorney-client privilege requires particular nuance when considering “dual-purpose communications,” in which both legal advice […]

In re Grand Jury: Supreme Court to Consider Attorney-Client Privilege in “Dual-Purpose Communications”

Because of the volumes of information and the complexities of data found in many cases that require extensive electronic discovery, issues related to attorney-client privilege can require significant attention during the document search, review, and production processes for these cases.  Addressing attorney-client privilege requires particular nuance when considering “dual-purpose communications,” in which both legal advice […]

Consultus, LLC v. CPC Commodities (W.D. Mo. 2022)

Key Insight: Plaintiffs argue that defendants’ claims of privilege should be overruled due to the crime-fraud exception. Defendants withheld emails claiming work product and attorney-client privilege. Plaintiffs have not argued that the emails are not covered by either the work product doctrine or the attorney-client privilege. The purpose of the crime-fraud exception is to assure […]

D.M. v. Wesley Med. Ctr. LLC (D. Kan, 2019)

Key Insight: Privileged docs based on only state law must be produced in a case with both federal and state claims Nature of Case: Medical malpractice Electronic Data Involved: Responsive documents Keywords: Privilege, state law Identified State Rule(s): K.S.A. section 65-4925(a) Identified Federal Rule(s): FRCP 26(b)  

Harleysville Insurance Co. v. Holding Funeral Home, No. 1:15cv00057 (W.D .Va. Feb. 9, 2017)

Key Insight: Waiver of privilege for documents inadvertently posted to publicly accessible Box.com location Nature of Case: insurance coverage litigation Electronic Data Involved: Box.com uploads Keywords: Box.com, privilege waiver, publicly accessible, account permissions, file sharing Identified State Rule(s): Va. Sup. Ct. R. 4.1(b)(6)(ii) Identified Federal Rule(s): FRE 502(b)