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In-House Lawyer Deposed, Privilege Protected

April 14, 2015

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A recent case involving advice about a contract indicates how in-house lawyers, who can expect their depositions to be sought frequently as they assume greater roles in their company’s business, might conduct their affairs in order to retain the attorney client privilege. The court in this case limited the deposition’s scope to factual matters underlying a letter authored by the deponent, and ruled that the deposition did not constitute waiver of the privilege on any other matter.

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