Preserving Your Privilege: The Common-Interest Doctrine and Other Rules–and Potential Pitfalls–of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Transactional SettingsFebruary 29, 2016
Presented by Jonathan Rosenberg, Andrew Bednark, and Anton Metlitsky of O’Melveny & Myers LLP
To win privilege disputes, the best offense is a good defense. Learn how to strengthen your privilege claims–and minimize waiver risks–as your transaction is unfolding, before litigation arises. We will discuss frequent applications of the attorney-client privilege in today's transactional world, including the First Department's first decision on the scope of New York's common-interest doctrine.
Please contact our CLE Manager, Samuel Harper, for more information and to RSVP. Applications will be made for 1 hour of Ethics CLE credit.
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