Attorney-Client Privilege in Government and Congressional Investigations: Key Considerations and Recent Developments

Laura K. Schwalbe, a senior associate in our Government and Internal Investigations practice, was a co-author in the recent article “Attorney-Client Privilege in Government and Congressional Investigations: Key Considerations and Recent Developments, ” in Business Law Today, a publication of the ABA Business Law Section.

The article provides important reminders about attorney-client privilege, examples of recent developments, and steps internal and external counsel can take to maintain protection when advising corporate clients.

Click here to read, “Attorney-Client Privilege in Government and Congressional Investigations: Key Considerations and Recent Developments.”

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