My regular ethics column for the national publication of the American Inns of Court, called The Bencher, in its March/April 2009 issue, presented an overview of a California decision that backed the lawyer for a corporation who refused to disclose to a corporate director certain documents that were deemed covered by the attorney/client privilege. Importantly, the corporate director involved had sued the corporation in his capacity as a shareholder. I also cite to several related Delaware case for reference. One can read the article here.