Recent Contributing Authors

Articles & Interviews

As these Privilege Points have repeatedly emphasized, privilege protection depends on communications' content — which must be primarily motivated by a client's request for legal advice, or the lawyer's responsive provision of legal advice.

Read More


May Litigants Advance Their Case Using Purloined Privileged Documents?

Given the vulnerability of electronic communications to intrusion, lawyers sometimes obtain and may be tempted to use documents that their clients have inappropriately obtained from an adversary – even privileged documents.

Read More

One might think that a litigant should be able to file an interlocutory appeal of an order to produce arguably privileged documents. In such an obvious "cat out of the bag" situation, waiting until a final order does not do much to remedy an erroneous compulsion order.

Read More

Become a Contributor.

Interested in writing for the best corporate counsel journal online?