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Attorney-Client Privilege

Attorney-Client Privilege in a New Age of Government Investigations
Thursday, June 20, 2019 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Program Fee:
$29 for Members | $79 for Nonmembers

New York CLE Credit:
2.0 Ethics

The event will involve a discussion with leading experts regarding the application of the attorney-client privilege in a variety of important settings, including in corporate internal investigations, in the context of joint defense or common interest communications, in the context of an advice of counsel defense, and in cases involving allegations of waiver or the crime-fraud exception. Recent developments, including in several cases of significant public interest, will be discussed.

Michael Miller, Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Alan S. Futerfas, Law Offices of Alan S. Futerfas
Hon. Michael Kitsis, Criminal Court of the City of New York
Michael S. Ross, Law Offices Of Michael S. Ross
Alexander M. Vasilescu, Trial Unit Chief, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission New York Office

Sponsoring Association Committee:
Criminal Advocacy Committee, Brian Jacobs, Chair

Related Resource:
If you are interested in this program, you might also be interested in these City Bar resources:
Practical Guidance on the Receipt of Inadvertently-Disclosed Confidential Information
Proposed Amendments to New York Civil Practice Laws & Rules 4503(a)(1) Regarding Communications of Common Interest
Comments on Proposed Rule to Mitigate Risk of Inadvertent Privilege Waiver
Report in Support of Legislation Establishing that the Attorney-Client Privilege Shall Apply to Communications Between a Lawyer Referral Service and a Client

New York City Bar 42 West 44th St New York, NY 10036

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