What To Know About The Common Interest Privilege

Law360, New York (June 25, 2013, 12:02 PM EDT) -- The attorney-client privilege normally is waived when the privileged communication is disclosed to a third party. Courts in New York and other jurisdictions recognize as an exception to this rule a "common interest privilege"[1] that permits parties aligned in interest in a pending litigation to share their respective attorney-client communications without making the content of such communications subject to discovery....

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