Corporate CrimeWilliam F. Johnson, New York Law Journal
Avoiding Pitfalls Protecting Privilege and Confidentiality
In his Corporate Crime column, William F. Johnson writes: To maintain maximum protection of legal privilege and confidentiality, corporations and their counsel would be well-advised to take a hard look at their disclosures to regulators and monitors, as recent court decisions have indicated that even compelled, narrowly-tailored disclosure could erode the expectations of privilege and confidentiality historically associated with such disclosures.
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