Considerations Regarding Attorney-Client Privilege in the Joint Representation of Multiple Clients

Consumer Finance   |   Litigation and Trials   |   April 11, 2018
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Carlton Fields Shareholder Merrick L. “Rick” Gross and Associate Yolanda Strader wrote an article for the Daily Business Review entitled, “Considerations Regarding Attorney-Client Privilege in the Joint Representation of Multiple Clients.” The article explores exceptions to the rule that client-attorney communications are confidential by examining what happens when infighting arises among those who were parties to the joint representation, as in the case of Newsome v. Lawson, 2017 WL 6334979 (D. Del De. 12, 2017).

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