Robert Buchanan Speaks on Attorney Client Privilege

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Robert Buchanan Speaks on Attorney Client Privilege

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | October 4, 2012

 | Robert Buchanan

Event:  Where Can a Lawyer Safely Turn For Advice About a Client? The Attorney Client Privilege for Law Firm General Counsel
Organization:
Boston Bar Association
Location: 
Boston


Robert Buchanan spoke on the panel "Where Can a Lawyer Safely Turn For Advice About a Client? The Attorney Client Privilege for Law Firm General Counsel," where he discussed the scope of the attorney-client privilege and share strategies lawyers can employ when seeking client advice from their firm's general counsel.

 

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