Lessons from 'Bio-Rad': Attorney-Client Privilege in Employment Actions Brought by In-House Counsel
For many companies, the attorney-client privilege is akin to a security blanket. Executives take comfort in the fact that communications with the company's general counsel, especially those involving sensitive topics, will never see the light of day.
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