Attorney-client privilege in civil litigation: protecting and defending confidentiality
Tort and Insurance Practice Section, American Bar Association, 1997 - Law - 456 pages
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2d Cir 8th Cir acting action Agreement alleged anticipation of litigation apply arbitration asserted attorney attorney-client privilege attorney's bad faith Bank Brussels Lambert CERCLA claim client privilege common interest conduct confidential control group test Corp corporate client corporation's court found court held coverage decision defendant's deposition determine disclosed discovery District Court EPCRA Escalante Ethics evidence facts factual Federal Rules former employees in-house counsel in-house experts insured's interviews investigation involved issue joint defense lawyer legal advice liability North River obtain opinion opposing party party seeking party's person plaintiffs prepared in anticipation privileged communications privileged documents product doctrine product privilege Professional protected purpose reasonable reinsurance relevant Remington Arms represented request response Rptr scope statement subject matter Superior Court Supp supra note Supreme Court Tenneco underlying United Upjohn waiver Westinghouse Elec witness work-product doctrine