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" ... test" will necessarily enable courts to decide questions such as this with mathematical precision. But if the purpose of the attorney-client privilege is to be served, the attorney and client must be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether... "
Corporate Crime in America: Strengthening the "Good Citizen" Corporation ... - Page 356
edited by - 1998 - 473 pages
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Confidentiality and Privacy in Social Work: A Guide to the Law for ...

Donald T. Dickson - Social Science - 1998 - 308 pages
...be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to be...certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all.'" [135 L.Ed.2d 337, 349 (1996)] Exceptions...
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Medical Records Confidentiality in a Changing Health Care Environment ...

James M. Jeffords - 1999 - 118 pages
...some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilège, or one which purports to be certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all. 23 Of equal significance, the Court expressly...
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Law and Social Work Practice

Raymond Albert - Law - 2000 - 528 pages
...be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to be...certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all.' [citation omitted] (Jaffev. Redmond, 518...
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New York Evidence Handbook: Rules, Theory, and Practice

Michael M. Martin, Daniel J. Capra, Faust F. Rossi - Law - 2003 - 1102 pages
...introduces a substantial measure of unpredictability into the privilege.169 As the Supreme Court has said, "An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to...certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all,"170 so it is good that the public policy...
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Social Work Malpractice and Liability: Strategies for Prevention

Frederic G. Reamer - Law - 2003 - 310 pages
...be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to be...certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all" (116 S. Ct. 1923, 1932 [1996]). Over the...
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Confidential Relationships: Psychoanalytic, Ethical, and Legal Contexts

Christine M. Koggel, Allannah Furlong, Charles Levin - Law - 2003 - 263 pages
...be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to be...certain but results in widely varying applications bv the courts, is little better than no privilege at all"" (Jaffee[ 1996], majority, p. 1 5). A commentator...
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Attorney-client Privilege in Civil Litigation: Protecting and Defending ...

Vincent S. Walkowiak - Law - 2004 - 458 pages
...the United States Supreme Court has said that they should be able to do.17 The Court's concern was that "an uncertain privilege, or one which purports...certain but results in widely varying applications by the Courts, is little better than no privilege at all."18 The problem of uncertainty has been made...
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Texas Law for the Social Worker: A Sourcebook

Jay Ray Hays, Robert McPherson - Law - 2007 - 312 pages
...be able to predict with some degree of certainty whether particular discussions will be protected. An uncertain privilege, or one which purports to be...certain but results in widely varying applications by the courts, is little better than no privilege at all." 449 US, at 393 . These considerations are...
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