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Litigation: Attorney-client privilege needs special considerations when companies are bought and sold
In 1985 the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that a corporation's officers and directors have the power to assert or waive the attorney-client privilege belonging to the corporation, and that when control of such corporation passes to new management, the authority to assert and waive the corporation's attorney-client privilege also passes....
The focus of the Sherman Act is to prohibit only “unreasonable” restraints of interstate trade and commerce. Okay, that sounds simple enough, but what does that mean?
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