Privilege Pointers: Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product in Internal Investigations

Ensuring that an internal investigation remains privileged and protected by work product doctrine has become an increasingly challenging undertaking, with the consequences of a misstep potentially posing existential threats to organizations. This webinar focuses on the latest trends regarding those risks, and offers insights into the best practices to contain them. Drawing on the latest developments, the presenters discuss common scenarios in which materials generated in the course of an internal investigation become subject to disclosure in a future government investigation, enforcement action, or civil litigation. The presenters also discuss strategic considerations for preserving privilege in cross-border investigations.

Speakers:  Elizabeth Bower and William J. Stellmach

Download the presentation materials here.

This course is approved for credit in the following states:

  NY 0.5 Ethics; 0.5 Professional Practice (Transitional)

CA 0.5 Ethics, 0.5 General-Participatory

For CLE credit in New York, Texas, Illinois or California, complete this form and submit it here.  For CLE credit in any other state, contact us.

 

 

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