Posts Tagged “Privilege”

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 […]