Privilege and Work Product in Internal Investigations

, New York Law Journal

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In his Corporate Litigation column, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partner Joseph M. McLaughlin reviews recent decisions which, while not upending familiar principles of privilege and work product protection available in the internal investigation context, remind clients and practitioners that immunity from disclosure will not attach or be preserved without careful attention to the structure and conduct of internal investigations.

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