Professional Development Series
The Professional Development Series is a weekly podcast series devoted to our newly sworn in attorneys and young lawyers. The PDS will present programs bringing basic skills training, introducing the business of the law, educating on mental health issues, and showcasing long term career options. Programs will come from a variety of sources locally and from around the country. If you are interested in contributing content, contact Chris Fortier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorney Client Privilege in the United States and Foreign Jurisdictions
Bet you didn’t learn all of this during bar exam study. Brady Dugan, Esq., former DOJ prosecutor of antitrust and fraud crimes, gives a thorough and insightful presentation on evidentiary privilege in domestic, foreign, and multijurisdictional matters. From the Professional Development Conference September 19, 2014, Washington, DC.
Faculty: Brady Dugan, Esq., Squire Patton Boggs, Washington, DC
0:00 Introduction of Speaker
1:25 Topics for the Presentation
6:25 Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States
18:25 When the Privilege is Waived
22:20 Common Interest Privilege
27:05 Inadvertent Disclosure
29:00 For the Purpose of Securing Legal Services
31:10 When Documents are Privileged
34:20 Attorney Client Privilege-International
38:10 Legal Privilege in Canada
38:50 Legal Privilege in Europe
44:00 Professional Secrecy Privilege
46:05 Case Law: Akzo Nobel Chemicals v. European Commission
49:00 Advising in a Multijurisdictional Matter
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Programming comes from the VSB Young Lawyers Conference, the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and other sources with their permission.