Illinois Decision a Win for In-House Attorney-Client Privilege
In-house counsel won a major victory in Illinois, where the State Supreme Court ruled that the sharing of legal advice during business negotiations doesn't create a waiver of attorney-client privilege over the entire transaction.
By Sue Reisinger|December 10, 2012
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