Press Alt+1 for screen-reader mode, Alt+0 to cancelAccessibility Screen-Reader Guide, Feedback, and Issue Reporting

The Intersection of The Attorney--Client Privilege, The Work Product Doctrine, and The Professional Obligation of Confidentiality

Presented by C. Evan Stewart

(84 Ratings)
LexVid

Watch This Course for Free!

New LexVid members can watch their 1st course for free. No credit card needed, just create an account and you'll receive your certificate immediately after watching your free course.

Already a member? Sign in
Video Player is loading.
Slides
move
Loaded: 0%
Current Time 0:00
Reverse 15 SecondsForward 30 SecondsFull Screen

Course Description

Length: 1h 10min    Published: 10/2/2023    
Attorney-client privilege, the ethical duty to protect client confidentiality, and the attorney work product doctrine often overlap with one another. Keeping these related concepts distinct can be difficult for attorneys. This program will help lawyers understand the similarities and differences between these concepts so that they can provide better counsel to their clients and avoid possible ethical traps.
Learning Objectives
* Get an overview of the attorney-client privilege, the work product doctrine, and the duty of confidentiality
* Understand the similarities and differences between these concepts
* Learn how to avoid ethical traps that may arise in situations involving these concepts

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

C. Evan Stewart

New York, NY

+1 212 324 3525

estewart@cohengresser.com

Featured Reviews