Elliott Greenleaf's Discovery Bid On Hold In Hack Case

Law360, New York (July 18, 2012, 7:21 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania federal judge said Wednesday that he would wait before ruling on whether to strip Stevens & Lee PC of attorney-client privilege for allegedly hiding criminal behavior in a case brought by Elliott Greenleaf accusing a former attorney of stealing documents from its computer system.

The motion, which accuses Stevens & Lee of using attorney-client privilege to conceal fraudulent and criminal behavior, was filed by Elliott Greenleaf as part of the firm's ongoing dispute with William Balaban. Balaban resigned from the firm in January to...
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