The Attorney-client Privilege in Civil Litigation: Protecting and Defending Confidentiality
This new Fourth Edition of an ABA Publishing best seller has been completely updated with the latest information and changes in the law. Attorney-client privilege in civil litigation is a complex issue as confidential communication in the corporate arena has become more important than ever. This book is the complete guide to the subject matter, updated with all the latest material.
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