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Attorney-Client Privilege Holds After Inadvertent Disclosure (access required)

Plaintiff’s documents inadvertently disclosed to defense counsel still are protected by the attorney-client privilege, even though the client’s husband was with her when she shared the documents with her attorney; a judge designate for the Charlottesville Circuit Court denies a motion to compel the privileged documents, in this case of first impression. Plaintiff testified she ...

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