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January 23, 2023
High Court Drops Tax Law Firm's Privilege Case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dismissed an unnamed law firm's bid for the court to adopt a broad approach in determining whether dual-purpose client communications containing both legal and nonlegal advice are protected under attorney-client privilege.
January 09, 2023
Roberts Warns Narrow Privilege Test Could Strain Courts
Federal district courts could be strained if the U.S. Supreme Court adopts a narrow test for determining if dual-purpose client communications containing both legal and nonlegal advice are protected under attorney-client privilege, Chief Justice John Roberts said Monday.
January 06, 2023
Up Next At High Court: Atty-Client Privilege, Strike Suits
The U.S. Supreme Court will examine the scope of attorney-client privilege and whether companies can sue unions for property damage caused by strikes in its first arguments of 2023. Here, Law360 breaks down the docket this week.
January 04, 2023
Law Firm Presses Justices To Endorse Broad Privilege Test
An unnamed law firm seeking to avoid disclosure of confidential tax expatriation documents to a grand jury investigating a client has called on the U.S. Supreme Court to kick its case back to the district court for application of a broad test of attorney-client privilege.
January 02, 2023
Legal Ethics Cases To Watch In 2023
The professional responsibility bar will benefit from a long winter's nap as we head into a busy 2023. On deck is a slew of ethics cases for election "big lie" lawyers and a U.S. Supreme Court case addressing the attorney-client privilege. Here, Law360 looks at these and the other big legal ethics cases to watch in the coming year.
January 02, 2023
Patent Cases To Watch In 2023
The Supreme Court's foray into what it takes to enable someone to make a patented invention, the patent infringement implications of labels on generic drugs and a dispute over which arguments can be in court following an inter partes review are among the patent cases attorneys will be tracking this year.
January 02, 2023
7 Supreme Court Cases To Watch In 2023
The new year brings a host of hot-button cases for the U.S. Supreme Court justices, who will tackle everything from President Joe Biden's student debt relief plan to Section 230 immunity for Big Tech companies over the next six months before the summer recess. Here, Law360 highlights the big-ticket items.
December 19, 2022
Feds Tell Justices To Reject 'Supersized' Privilege Test
Communications including both legal and nonlegal advice should not be shielded from grand jury subpoenas by a "supersized" attorney-client privilege unless their primary purpose is legal aid, the federal government told the U.S. Supreme Court.
November 23, 2022
ABA Asks Justices To Leave Atty-Client Privilege Alone
The American Bar Association has urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to tweak the long-standing attorney-client privilege, lending its voice to a highly watched case involving a law firm's efforts to shield tax advice from grand jury subpoenas.
November 18, 2022
IP Attys Urge Justices To Adopt Broad Atty-Client Privilege
An intellectual property group urged the U.S. Supreme Court to endorse a broad application of attorney-client privilege to mixed-use client communications, arguing it shouldn't adopt a more stringent privilege standard in a case involving a firm's efforts to shield tax advice from subpoenas.