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Litigation: 6 ways in-house counsel can aid outside counsel in litigation (Part 1)

Strategy #1: Protecting privileged information and tips for not losing the attorney-client privilege

This is the first of a six-part series on the ways in which in-house counsel can assist outside counsel in litigation. In-house counsel can play, and should play, a role in increasing the likelihood that company communications will be protected by the attorney-client privilege. The following “best practices” should be put in place before litigation is filed:

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Penelope M. Taylor

Penelope M. Taylor is a partner in the Business & Financial Services Litigation Practice Group of McCarter & English, LLP, where her practice includes commercial and...

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