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Corporate Email

Communication through a client’s corporate email may fail the attorney-client privilege tests.
clipped from www.law.com
In Scott v. Beth
Israel Med. Ctr. Inc.
, 17 Misc3d 934, 847 NYS2d 436 (Sup. Ct., N.Y. County 2007), the
court essentially issued a warning to all New York counsel not to communicate by e-mail with
clients via their work e-mail address or risk disclosure of such information in a litigation with
their client’s employer.
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What you say at the water cooler is not as protected as you think. And what you say on your blog – even in your email – may no be protected either. So just how “free” is speech?

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I’m sorry. No, I’m not.

New York Personal Injury Law Blog: Progressive Insurance Blunders Again:

Some folks, it seems, know the fine art of taking a bad situation and making it worse.

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