Part One of a Two-Part Series
Federal courts are split on the issue of whether a party must produce all communications and materials that were supplied by the party’s attorney to a testifying expert, even if these communications (oral or written) would otherwise be protected as attorney work product. This two-part article will discuss and compare the majority and minority views.
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