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Employment Discrimination – In-House Counsel Protected by Privilege (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court will not compel a hospital’s HR consultant and its in-house lawyer to testify about plaintiff’s termination, because the communications at issue are plainly subject to the attorney-client privilege. Billings v. Stonewall Jackson Hospital (VLW 009-3-339) (8 pp.)

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