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Young Lawyers Conference

A Conference of the Virginia State Bar.

Professional Development Series

These programs aim to assist you in planning your career from making long term plans to how to adapt and behave in a professional setting. Receive advice from successful young lawyers and seasoned practitoners that will set the building blocks to a fulfilling career. If you are interested in contributing content, contact Chris Fortier at crfortier@gmail.com.

 

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

 

54:00 Wrap-up/Questions

 

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