Using Your Work Email Could Waive the Attorney-Client Privilege

July 12, 2017

This post provides a cautionary tale about using work email for confidential communications with your attorney.  It might seem obvious that discussing confidential legal strategy with your attorney in a crowded elevator could waive the attorney-client privilege because you shared the secret with the strangers in the elevator.  What happens if an employee emails with … Continue reading Using Your Work Email Could Waive the Attorney-Client Privilege

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Contract Rights – Use ‘Em or Lose ‘Em

June 14, 2017

Oftentimes businesspeople sign a contract and put it in a drawer never to see the light of day again – unless a dispute arises.  Especially with long-term contracts, trying to informally work things out might be efficient from a business perspective at the time, but it can lead to waiver of important legal rights in … Continue reading Contract Rights – Use ‘Em or Lose ‘Em

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