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Playing I Spy with Client Confidences: Confidentiality, Privilege and Electronic Communications

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Title: Playing I Spy with Client Confidences: Confidentiality, Privilege and Electronic Communications
Author: Winick, Mitchel L.
Abstract: This article will address the challenges attorneys face when confronted with the attorney-client privilege in light of modem technology. Part II will discuss the history of the privilege and the modem privilege. Part III will define confidential communication. Part IV will address waiver of the privilege, and Part V will discuss the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Part VI will address e-mail and the attorney-client privilege. Finally, Part VII will discuss regulation of attorney-client communications.
Description: Co-authored with Brian Burris and Y. Danai' Bush.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/202
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Date: 2000

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