Tag Archives: Attorney-Client Privilege

Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel

In the December 2013 edition of AHLA Connections, Tom Zeno and Emily Root analyzed the application of the attorney-client privilege to in house counsel and provided five practice tips to maximize the protection of the privilege for in house counsel.  In the article, Emily and Tom explore often overlooked principles of the privilege and illustrate … Continue Reading

Protecting the Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel

The interplay between attorney-client privilege and in-house counsel communications has been on many people’s minds since the Middle District of Florida’s decision late last year in US ex rel. Baklid-Kunz v. Halifax Hospital Med. Ctr.  In that case, the court rejected a hospital’s privilege arguments and required production of hundreds of its in-house counsel and compliance officer’s emails … Continue Reading