Gucci’s communications to and from its in-house lawyer are protected by the attorney-client privilege even though the lawyer was an inactive member of the California bar, a federal judge has ruled.

Southern District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin held that Gucci was entitled to assume its communications with Jonathan Moss were privileged as it discussed alleged trademark infringement by Guess Inc. and other companies.

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