Monday, January 28, 2008

WSJ: Don't Use Work E-mail to Discuss your Case

Today's WSJ.com contains an article that begins: 

Allright, Civil Procedure students, today’s hypothetical: Plaintiff preparing to bring a lawsuit against his employer corresponds with his lawyer through his work email account. Defendant employer discovers the emails after litigation is filed, and forwards the messages to its in-house counsel. May the litigant rely on attorney-client privilege to keep the emails out of evidence?

Click here for the full article. --RR

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/civpro/2008/01/wsj-dont-use-wo.html

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