Washington Supreme Court Limits the Application of the Attorney Client Privilege

Fri Nov 18 2016 —
Prior to the Newman opinion, Washington had not directly addressed the question of whether a privilege attaches to the communications of an attorney representing a corporate client and a former employee who’s acts or omissions could have implications on the liability of the corporation.

For a discussion of Newman by Carney attorney Jay Terry, please go here.

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