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Chancery Considers Exception to Production of Attorney-Client Privileged Communications

A recent short ruling from the Delaware Court of Chancery examined one of the exceptions to the general rule that attorney-client privileged information is not subject to production. In Tigani v. Tigani, C.A. No. 2017-0786-KSJM (Del. Ch. April 10, 2019), the court addressed a motion to compel documents from various law firms that were withheld … Continue Reading

Chancery Grants Motion in Limine to Preclude Evidence Based on Assertion of Attorney Client Privilege

In Grunstein v. Silva, No. 3932-VCN (Del. Ch., Nov. 20, 2012). The Court of Chancery granted a motion in limine to preclude evidence at trial based on the defendants’ assertion of attorney client privilege. This short letter ruling provides useful principles of Delaware law that prohibit the use of the attorney client privilege as a … Continue Reading
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