|WEBCAST: APAC: Attorney Client Privilege - A Global Perspective|
|Date/Time||Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 1:00 AM GMT/UTC
In general, Attorney-Client Privilege is a legal doctrine which protects written and oral communications between a lawyer and the lawyer’s client as confidential information. Attorney-Client Privilege is not absolute and does not apply automatically to every legal communication. While the concept exists in most jurisdictions, it varies greatly in terms of scope and application and in an increasingly global economy these differences (and their potential consequences) present a significant risk for companies and their legal advisers. Join us as we explore attorney-client privilege, communications covered therein, and various approaches to it by several global jurisdictions.
This call is free and open to ACC members and non-members.
Please note this presentation will take place
during a regularly scheduled committee APAC call and has not been accredited
for CLE/CPD credit.