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Source And Choice Of Privilege Law In Diversity Cases Part II

USA - June 12 2019 Last week's Privilege Point explained that federal courts handling diversity cases must find the source or sources of the appropriate state's...

Source And Choice Of Privilege Law In Diversity Cases Part I

USA - June 5 2019 Not surprisingly, the Federal Rules govern all work product issues in all federal courts. But determining the correct attorney-client privilege law...

Court Issues A Common Sense Rejection Of A Subject Matter Waiver Claim

USA - May 28 2019 Disclosing privileged communications to gain some advantage can sometimes trigger a subject matter waiver, requiring disclosure of additional related...

Clients Suing Their Lawyers For Malpractice Risk A Subject Matter Waiver

USA - May 22 2019 Clients and lawyers asserting claims against each other can waive privilege protection without disclosing any privileged communications. But such...

Courts Assess The Common Interest Doctrine's Applicability To Work Product: Part II

USA - May 15 2019 In Washington Coalition for Open Government v. Pierce County, No. 50718-8-II, 2019 Wash. App. LEXIS 392 (Wash. Ct. App. Feb. 20, 2019), the court...