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  • Protecting a Claim of Attorney-Client Privilege

Raising Objections, Protecting a Claim of Attorney-Client Privilege



Protecting against disclosure of attorney-client privileged communications with instructions not to answer and guarding against inadvertent waiver by the witness: Deposition Skills, Defending



Defending the deposition of a witness who has had lawyer-client communications requires careful attention to the questions posed in order to sort out the proper questions about the facts surrounding the communication (who, where, when, how) from the protected information (what was said, why it was said). Objections are appropriate only when the questioner gets to the substance of the communications.



Time: 18:16



Demonstrations:

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron is lead trial counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation and defends clients against complex government investigatio... - complete bio

Emily Reisbaum

Emily Reisbaum

Emily Reisbaum is a partner in her firm and experienced trial lawyer. Her litigation successes include cases involving breaches of contract relating ... - complete bio


Discussion:

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron is lead trial counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation and defends clients against complex government investigatio... - complete bio



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Protecting a Claim of Attorney-Client Privilege

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