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"An attorney's 'interviews, mental impressions and personal beliefs procured in the course of litigation are deemed to be work product' and are not subject to disclosure," the majority wrote, citing Corcoran v.
The city's redactions included items not shielded from disclosure by the attorney-client or work product exceptions in FOIA, the court said.
In summary, a client looking to use either the attorney-client privilege or the work product doctrine to maintain confidentiality of their documents in court ought to indicate and seek out the attorney's legal advice, demonstrate his or her desire for the confidentiality of the communication, and ask the attorney's opinion on the matter.
The hospital declined saying many of the records did not relate to adverse medical incidents, were not "made or received in the course of business," were protected by attorney-client privilege, and/or were protected attorney opinion work product.
While expansive in its treatment of work product, the court made its decision under the rubric of the "substantial need doctrine" contained in Rule 26, not on the basis that a claim for bad faith waived the work-product privilege.
The company said it will integrate RAVN's technology into iManage work product management applications.
prepared in anticipation of litigation," The protection has been extended to intangible work product, which is broader than the attorney-client privilege, but it is a qualified protection, unlike the attorney-client privilege, which is absolute.
Though the work product doctrine is separate and distinct from the attorney-client privilege, in the case of attorney-engaged accountants, the existence of a valid Kovel relationship may determine (or influence) whether a document or communication is protected work product.
And moving from this primary school example all the way to the higher education context, another key exception to the assumed rule of privacy of student work is the dissertation, which, by definition, is a work product made available to the public via publication, or, at the very least, made available to a community of scholarly authorities.
Since its first meeting in February 2014, the NCFS has met nine times (as of April 2016) and approved 23 important work products that are seeking to strengthen various aspects of the forensic science ecosystem (see Figure 1 below).