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Corporate client privilege covers ex-director’s emails (access required)

A company suing to protect its patents can “claw back” emails its lawyer shared with a former board member, a Norfolk U.S. District Court said earlier this month. In a twist on the traditional test for attorney-client privilege in the corporate context, U.S. Magistrate Judge Tommy E. Miller said the privilege covered communications from the company’s ...