Attorney-Client Privilege


Creating, protecting and preserving the attorney-client privilege in a regulated context involves important considerations for financial industry in-house counsel and their client representatives—the banking and financial institution officers and employees who act on behalf of the client.  This webinar highlights recent legal opinions and other rule considerations relative to creating, protecting and preserving the attorney-client privilege in the financial services industry.

Speaker: John Kincade, Shareholder

Target Audience:
In-house counsel and other key decision-making litigation contacts at banks and financial institutions.

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