Every business lawyer knows that clients often request “advice” that goes beyond the realm of legal questions and into the world of business issues, including matters of policy, strategy, communications and the like.
At the extremes, the scope of the attorney-client privilege regarding such advice is relatively clear: purely “legal” advice is protected from disclosure and purely “business” advice is not.[FOOTNOTE 1]
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