Relying on traditional case law emphasizing the importance of keeping privileged communications confidential, courts examining widespread intra-corporate sharing of privileged communications sometimes conclude that such widespread circulation demonstrates that the communications were not primarily motivated by legal issues and therefore do not deserve privilege protection. As if this were not troubling enough, other courts apply a waiver analysis to such widespread intra-corporate circulation.In Lolonga-Gedeon v. Child & Family Services, No. 08-CV-00300A(F), 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 67843 (W.D.N.Y. May 15, 2012), the court acknowledged that some communications claimed by defendant to be privileged were shared only with company employees. However,...
Does Intra-Corporate Disclosure Of Privileged Communications Waive The Corporation's Privilege?
|Author:||Mr Thomas Spahn|
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