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Firm’s Computer Policy Doesn’t Undermine Claim of Privilege Over “Private” Communications With Counsel

New York City apartment living can spawn interesting legal disputes when neighbors fail to resolve their grievances amicably and resort to the courts.  Sometimes these disputes bring fanfare as well as opportunities to observe traditional rules of law in action. A recent decision in the ongoing dispute between actor Justin Theroux and his neighbors (Theroux … Continue Reading

First Department Finds Work-Product Protection Not Waived by Storage of Documents on Company Laptop

On June 6, 2017, the First Department had an opportunity to apply—and reaffirm—last month’s decision in Peerenboom v. Marvel Entm’t, LLC, where the Court held that use of a company email system for personal purposes “does not, standing alone, constitute a waiver of attorney work product protections” even if the user lacked reasonable assurance of … Continue Reading
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