Attorney-Client Privilege Answer Book 2016 is a practical resource for attorneys and clients seeking to understand the most significant privilege in the law. In this guide to understanding the attorney-client privilege, Christopher Ruhland examines the boundaries of the privilege in a Q&A format. The book provides answers to questions that attorneys grapple with on a regular basis as to what is, or is not, covered by the privilege, and how the privilege is protected and lost.
The new 2016 edition adds material throughout the book, including discussions about recent cases and how the privilege applies to government attorneys, foreign patent agents, trustees, and attorneys representing trade associations.
Attorney-Client Privilege Answer Book 2016 addresses such questions as: