The Attorney-client Privilege and the Work-product Doctrine: A Project of the Trial Evidence Committee, Section of Litigation, American Bar Association
American Bar Association, 1982 - Law - 126 pages
Providing an overviw of the purpose, scope and elements of the attorney-client privilege and the workproduct doctrine, the second edition has been substantially revised and expanded to reflect developments in case law since the 1983 edition.
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The AttorneyClient Privilege
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