attorney-client love

attorney-client

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  • The author of the Beacon piece, William H. Freivogel, a former St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter who is director of the School of Journalism at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, also wrote that, according to his source, “Zaid's testimony was entirely about his contacts with third parties on Sterling's behalf and was outside of the attorney-client privilege.”

    Lawyer in CIA leak case questioned by grand jury

  • Gessler has no doubt asked Republican Attorney General John Suthers for a private opinion on the matter (he can cite attorney-client privilege here, because the AG is technically Gessler's "attorney"), but the public should know what question(s) have been asked.

    What Has Gessler Requested of Suthers?

  • According to a court order allowing the firm to remove the notes from public record because they contained "confidential attorney-client privileged communications" from public record, the firm "inadvertently copied and submitted" them due to a "clerical error."

    Confidential document reveals details of Gilbert Arenas and Laura Govan's life together

  • The firm, often used by companies and officials called before Congress, urged such companies to hire lawyers "familiar with the unique challenges of congressional investigations, such as Congress's position that it need not recognize the attorney-client privilege."

    Darrell Issa vs. Elijah Cummings feud heats up

  • That is an aspect of this pay-to-play scenario that we'll probably never find out about (unless Beau tells all) because the source of funds is protected by attorney-client privilege.

    The latest authority (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • So far, it has succeeded, mainly by arguing that those conversations should remain confidential because they are protected by attorney-client privilege.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: September 21, 2009

  • In an emailed statement, Toyota said it was pleased with the award, which it said proves the integrity of its legal team and "reaffirms the critical importance of attorney-client privilege as a cornerstone of our legal system."

    Toyota Wins Ruling Against Former Attorney

  • "They have to be certain that the attorney-client privilege is kept."

    Detainee Legal Mail to Be Reviewed

  • David Woods said that teams—which include Defense Department attorneys and intelligence and law-enforcement personnel—assigned to review attorney-client correspondence for "physical contraband" such as paper clips could also seize and keep written materials if they "appear to violate" restrictions.

    Detainee Legal Mail to Be Reviewed

  • The agency contends, among other things, that attorney-client privilege doesn't cover discussions about business deals.

    Behind Bars, a Cat-and-Mouse Game

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