A Comprehensive Survey of the Attorney-client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine

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American Bar Association, 1994 - Attorney and client - 354 pages
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Contents

Statements of Attorney Attributable
6
H Admissibility of Evidence Acquired
9
J Confidences Elicited by Imposter
12
B Former Employees
16
Information to
22
Officers and Employees Rights
27
E Should There Be A Miranda Warning In
31
Communications Must Facilitate
34
Documents and Other Physical
72
Work of Defense Counsel
74
Subpoenas to Counsel and Changing
77
The First Circuit
80
Lawyers as Informants
87
Information from Third Parties
90
No Privilege for Auditors Reserves
93
Disclosure in Response
116

Distinguishing Past from Ongoing
35
G Counsels Ethical and Professional
39
Savings Loans
44
Corporate Counsels Duty
47
J Counsels Ethical and Professional
50
Identity of Potential Criminal
53
Conflicts with
56
N Further With Regard to Relations
58
Exceptions to the Privilege Where
61
ing Name
66
Relationship Client Identity
69
b Producing Documents Protected
119
b Admissions Binding
122
Presumptive Loss of Privilege
125
Failure to Claim Privilege
128
Inadvertent and Unavoidable Breaches
132
Right of Counsel to Waive Where
138
B Mergers
141
Procedure to Resolve Contested
144
Inferences Arguable to Jury
147
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