Trends In Privilege And Post-Accident Investigations

Law360, New York (December 22, 2015, 9:10 PM EST) -- Companies that utilize their legal departments to self-investigate incidents involving their products or services often assume that the corporate attorney-client privilege protects the investigation from disclosure in any subsequent litigation. A recent decision from a Connecticut trial court declaring that the attorney-client privilege did not protect a corporate paralegal's post-accident investigation highlights an opposite trend and provides lessons for corporate counsel....

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