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California Court: Attorney-client Privilege Inapplicable to Work E-mail

Next time have your client use a Gmail account

About Brett Clark

I am an attorney at the Crowley Fleck law firm in Helena, Montana. I practice civil litigation, primarily in professional liability defense and commercial litigation. Most of my clients are lawyers, accountants, and a variety of other professionals. I received my JD from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in 2006 and a BA in political science from Carroll College in Helena, Montana. Contact Brett by e-mail at bclark@crowleyfleck.com

3 comments

  1. Thanks for writing about this Brett. I addressed this case in my blog in an article about work place confidentiality geared more towards non-lawyers (http://tinyurl.com/4pwe6tm). I think you’re article hits on the more interesting point which is what we, as attorneys, need to be doing to diligently police and protect the privilege with our clients.

  2. There are so many people who appeals for this case. I think it should be given a consideration. It is only fair to have them taken a look.

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