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Matthew Joseph Kading

Matthew Kading’s Legal Guides

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  • Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel (Part II)

    3. In Confidence In-house attorneys can easily lose privilege if their communications are found not to be in confidence. A communication to an attorney is made in confidence if the client expressly states such an intention or the attorney reasonably concludes that the communicati...

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  • Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel (Part I)

    I. Establishing Privilege with In-House Attorneys. In theory, a corporations communications with its in-house attorneys should be entitledto the same privileges as the corporations communications with its outside counsel. In practice, however, very real differences exist in how ...

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