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The attorney-client privilege serves the long, well-established goals of encouraging full and frank disclosure between an attorney and client, thereby promoting the public interest as the Supreme Court held in UpJohn v. U.S., 449 U.S. 383 (1981). Equally clear is …

Privilege In Government Investigations: The Walmart FCPA Case Read More »

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Every SEC investigation potentially involves questions about the attorney-client privilege, the work product doctrine and inadvertent waiver. The typical investigation begins with a broad-based request for documents. The proposed time frame for the production is typically circumspect. Not infrequently the …

The SEC, Subpoenas and Protecting Privilege Read More »

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