In-house Counsel: Can You Keep A Secret?
Maintaining Privilege In A Global Company After Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd., et al. v. European Commission, et al.
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In-house attorneys for global companies in the United States may already experience challenges in bridging U.S. laws and regulations with those of other countries where they do business. That task is now all the more complex after the European Union's highest court upheld a ruling last September that legal-professional privilege does not shield communications with in-house counsel.
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In-house Counsel: Can You Keep a Secret?
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