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The Young Lawyers Section of the CBA turns 50 this year! In honor of this milestone, past YLS chairs recorded
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In more than one way this year, we as citizens of the United States can make our voices heard and
This article discusses the attorney-client privilege, the attorney work product protection, and related doctrines, with a specific focus on how these doctrines apply to in-house counsel’s communications. The article addresses important differences between federal and Illinois law on these topics of which in-house counsel should be aware. The article concludes with best practices in-house counsel may wish to follow to try to ensure that their potentially privileged communications will not be discoverable in the event of litigation.
Post Authored by Teresa M. Dettloff Restrictive covenants, or covenants not to compete, are common in physician-hospital contracts for employment.