State bar associations are jumping into the roiling debate over the attorney-client privilege-waiver issue triggered by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Thompson Memorandum.

Several states have recently convened task forces to fight the 2003 directive penned by former Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson, which, among other things, instructs prosecutors to trade leniency for waivers of the attorney-client privilege during corporate investigations.

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