24329Of course clients call me for advice on how to handle sticky situations with employees – that’s a major part of my job. And they know that our communications are subject to the sacred attorney-client privilege. But what companies need to understand is that this privilege might be waived by its corporate management, including officers and directors. It’s fine if the client knowingly chooses to waive it, with a full understanding of the consequences of such waiver – but, unfortunately, it can also be waived unintentionally. A recent case provides an excellent warning to companies (and their attorneys) about this.
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