Attorney Client Privilege: Key Aspects

29 Jun , 2022

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The privilege rests on the need to know all that relates to the client’s reasons for seeking legal help and is strictly construed to protect against others seeking to know. Trammel v. United States, 445 U.S. 40, 51 (1980). 

The Supreme Court has repeatedly declared: “In our judicial system, the public has a right to every person’s evidence subject to the invocation of privilege”.

Learn more in the tantalizing presentation by the esteemed Jay Goldberg!

 

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