Maintaining the Corporation’s Attorney-Client Privilege (October 2016) [17261-3VIDEO]

Maintaining the Corporation’s Attorney-Client Privilege (October 2016) [17261-3VIDEO]

Original Program Date: October 28, 2016
Duration: 47 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 0.75
List Price:$60.00
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We all understand the basics, but maintaining the corporation’s attorney-client privilege can be complicated, and sometimes impossible. Business realities like independent audits, due diligence, nested corporate structures, and mergers and acquisition activity can jeopardize the privilege, particularly to the unwary. So, too, can sloppy board meetings and corporate communications. Government investigations and enforcement proceedings, special committee investigations, and shareholder litigation can present additional challenges, including whether the corporation should waive the privilege. This session focuses on pitfalls and strategies to avoid them.

Gregory L. Watts – Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Seattle
John C. Roberts Jr. – Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Seattle

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