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It's Confidential- Privilege Law in Massachusetts

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Privilege issues arise in an array of situations in both civil and criminal cases: at trial, in a deposition, responding to a discovery request or when planning strategy. In order to preserve a privilege, a proactive approach is often necessary.

This publication focuses on a variety of privileges, including the attorney-client, spousal, parent-child, peer review, doctor-patient, common interest and joint defense privileges.

 

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Published: December 30, 2009
CODE: CLI10
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