Diana Lloyd and Sara Frank on Crime-Fraud Exceptions

White Collar Law360

 | February 25, 2016

 | Dianna Lloyd and Sarah Frank

View "1st Circ. Crime-Fraud Ruling Challenges Atty-Client Privilege."

Diana Lloyd and Sara Frank wrote “1st Circ. Crime-Fraud Ruling Challenges Atty-Client Privilege,” in White Collar Law360 where they describe the First Circuit’s recent decision in the US v. Gorski case.  The First Circuit applied the crime-fraud exception to advice sought in a highly regulated context, which could ultimately set a troubling precedent and have negative consequences for clients and legal practitioners alike.

 

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