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Attorney-Client Privilege: Nuts and Bolts for In-House Counsel

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Date Published

October 27, 2010


Mecklenburg County Bar


Corporate Counsel, General, Practice Management


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The topics for the CLE will include:

attorney-client privilege issues specific to in-house counsel common pitfalls related to the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine the elements necessary to establish attorney-client privilege the general test for determining whether a court will protect attorney work product the distinction between attorney-client communications and attorney work product advice attorneys can provide to clients seeking to protect privileged information or work product in emails, documents, meetings, and telephone calls

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Paul Peralta
Moore & Van Allen, PLLC

Valecia McDowell
Moore & Van Allen, PLLC

Neil Bloomfield
Moore & Van Allen, PLLC

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Attorney-Client Privilege: Nuts and Bolts for In-House Counsel (NCSB# 8): Part 1 - Video
Attorney-Client Privilege: Nuts and Bolts for In-House Counsel (NCSB# 8): Part 2 - Video
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How to Attend

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