Sunday, January 23, 2005

What Else I Learned From Legal Profession

Unless the crime-fraud exception applies, the attorney-client privilege shouldapply to communications concerning possible future, as well as past, criminal conduct... under the ethical rules may elect in the public interest to make a limited disclosure of the client's threatened conduct.

Sounds to me that electing to make a limited disclosure in the public interest might cut into my billable hours. Not that I would take such a thing into consideration.

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