What Civil Litigators Need to Know About Privilege

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Alternate date: Thursday, June 18, 2015 [click to view options]

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Privilege—if you're like most lawyers, you believe you've got a handle on it. But the complexity and potential repercussions of the issues sometimes escape notice. For example, how does privilege protect the fruits of internal corporate investigations? What are the boundaries of common interest/joint defence privilege and how can you protect them? How broad is the protection for communications to settle a matter and can you "contract out" of general settlement privilege principles in mediation agreements? Find out exactly what you need to know from our panel of experienced litigators in the On-Demand Webcast.


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What Civil Litigators Need to Know About Privilege

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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