Guest Column: Protecting attorney-client privilege during internal investigations

Attorney-client privilege and the work-product doctrine can protect the confidentiality of internal investigations

Suppose your company suspects an employee broke the law, perhaps even using company property to do so. The company decides to conduct an internal investigation. If your company is sued because of the employee’s conduct, communications and documents from the investigation could be uncovered during the lawsuit. Attorney-client privilege and the work-product doctrine can protect…

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