The erosion of the attorney-client privilege has been the white-collar bar’s top gripe over the past few years.
But over the past month or so — at a time when dozens of companies are waiving privilege in connection with wide-ranging stock options investigations — the privilege debate in California’s federal courts has taken a blue-collar turn.
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