The attorney-client privilege under siege: preserving and protecting it in civil cases
Tort and Insurance Practice Section, American Bar Association, 1989 - Law - 761 pages
This text analyzes the use of attorney-client privilege in tort and insurance cases, including the bad faith case, environmental audits, toxic tort cases, insured-consuemr communications, coverage disputes, and corporate transactions.
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