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Rare Opinion Extends Privilege Protection to Implicit Request for Legal Advice

Overworked judges assessing possible privilege protection for the increasing volume of often-cryptic emails withheld from production understandably look for a client’s explicit request for legal advice from a lawyer.

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South Dakota Court Refreshingly Acknowledges Rule 30(b)(6) Confusion

Courts have great difficulty assessing privilege protection for communications relating to a Rule 30(b)(6) deposition..

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Texas Court Applies Several Basic Work Product Principles

Because work product protection only applies at certain times, clients must be able to identify the exact moment that they first anticipated litigation. And not surprisingly, they must also explain why they first anticipated litigation at that moment.

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