An “explosion of cases” in the last decade hasn’t completely clarified when parties with a “common interest” can agree to share information under the protections of the attorney-client privilege, a panel said May 31 at a recent American Bar Association conference.
Parties who have a common interest in pursuing an argument or defense in litigation may enter into a common interest agreement. The purpose is so that the parties and their lawyers can share legal strategies and information without giving...
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