Attorney-Client Privilege and Secrecy in Transatlantic Investigations: A Comparative Regime Approach (Part II)

Ensuring that an internal investigation remains privileged and protected by work product doctrine is a challenging undertaking that, if mismanaged, can pose existential threats to organizations. Approaches to privilege overlap and diverge, moreover, in sometimes unpredictable ways across jurisdictions.

Part II of this program explores the latest trends regarding privilege-related risks, decision points that can arise when conducting investigations with international elements, and strategic considerations for preserving privilege in cross-border investigations.

Speakers:  Gregoire Bertrou, Elizabeth Bower, Peter Burrell, Johannes Schmidt, and William Stellmach.

Download the presentation materials here.

This course is approved for CLE credit as follows:

  California - 1 Ethics - Participatory

  Illinois - 1 Professional Responsibility

  New Jersey - 1.2 General (Reciprocal)

  New York - 1 Ethics/Professionalism - Transitional

  Texas - 1 Ethics - Accredited

For CLE credit in these jurisdictions, please complete this form and submit it here.  For credit in other jurisdictions, contact us.


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