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When Your Lawyer Quits: Protecting Confidential Information

By Robert Ross |

This post is part of an ongoing series about the obligations lawyers have when terminating (quitting) representation of a client. To start from the original post, click here (the post will open in a new window). EVEN AFTER TERMINATING THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP, A LAWYER MUST MAINTAIN THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF THE CLIENT’S CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION It’s… Read More »

Are Consultations With a Lawyer Confidential?

By Robert Ross |

Even though (in most cases) an attorney-client relationship is required to support a malpractice claim, even a consultation can be enough to establish an attorney-client relationship for purposes of attorney-client privilege. WHAT IS ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE? Attorney-client privilege is one of the oldest confidentiality protections recognized in the United States. Although the name includes both… Read More »

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