Gucci America Inc. cannot “cloak itself under a veil of ignorance” to avoid handing over to a competitor communications with its former chief in-house counsel, an attorney who was not licensed to practice law, according to a magistrate judge.

After Guess Inc. sought discovery of the communications in a trademark infringement suit, Gucci claimed that communications with Jonathan Moss were protected by the attorney-client privilege.

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