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February 09, 2005

Atlantic Legal conference on attorney-client privilege

On Mar. 9 and 10 in Washington, D.C. the Atlantic Legal Foundation (on whose advisory board I once served) is holding a conference on "The Attorney-Client Privilege: Erosion, Ethics, Problems and Solutions". The conference focuses on the erosion of attorney-client privilege in the context of corporate investigations, white-collar crime, accounting regulation, etc., and the lineup of speakers includes such luminaries as Geoffrey Hazard, Theodore Olson, George J. Terwilliger III, Sen. Arlen Specter, and Richard (Dickie) Scruggs.

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