Corporate Litigation

Attorney-Client Privilege in Internal Investigations

, New York Law Journal

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In his Corporate Litigation column, Joseph M. McLaughlin analyzes the D.C. Circuit's decision in 'In re Kellogg Brown & Root,' which restores much of the predictability attendant to the availability of attorney-client privilege in the business setting and will likely be the leading decision for some time applying the touchstone principles of corporate attorney-client privilege set forth in 'Upjohn Co. v. U.S.'

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